Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is likely to become even more inflexible regarding an accommodation with Israel if his AK Party wins critical municipal elections on Sunday, according to assessments in Jerusalem.
The key race is in Istanbul, Erdogan’s base. If his party fares well, his hand will be strengthened and the likelihood of an imminent closure to the Mavi Marmara incident will fade, according to these appraisals.The assessments are in contrast to comments Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc made to the Hurriyet Daily News on Tuesday.
According to Arinc, a compensation deal between the two countries is likely to be inked after the elections. He said that after the two sides agree on compensation, diplomatic ties will be fully restored, with each side dispatching ambassadors to the other.
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