Turkey is now in trouble on Syria, says CHP leader
ISTANBUL - Anatolia News Agency
Main opposition leader Kemal KlÁdarolu recently criticized the government's stance on Syria, saying Turkey is now "a country in trouble."
"We do not want our people to pay the price for Western interests," KlÁdarolu said. "We do not want Turkey to be dragged into the swamp."
"In summary, we do not want war," he added.
KlÁdarolu likened the AKP's stance to "shooting someone else's bird with someone else's gun."
†"This is the powerful treating you like a property entitlement official in the process of redesigning Syria after it breaks apart," KlÁdarolu said.
"We were supposed to be the game-maker in the area, we ended up being played. We tried to warn them on the consequences of sectarian fighting in Syria, we were expelled for doing so."
"I wonder if the AKP is now thinking of gathering their thoughts?" KlÁdarolu said. "Turkey does not deserve to be a proxy country."