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Le statut partisan du chef de l'Etat turc

Abstract : The partisan status of the Head of State in Turkey was initiated by the practice of the Turkish political regime long before the 2007 and 2017 constitutional reviews. However, the official consecration of this status during the last revision, which makes the president the head of state and the official leader of the party, goes much further by transforming the very nature of the regime. While the constitutional revision of 2007, which notably provides for direct elections, systematizes a presidentialized reading of the institutions by entering into a confrontation between the majority party and the supervisory authorities as far as its motives are concerned, the revision of 2017 completely upsets the balance of power of the regime by introducing a confusion of powers in favour of the partisan president and considerably reducing the chances of returning to a neutral interpretation of the presidential status.
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Aysegul Fistikci. Le statut partisan du chef de l'Etat turc. Cahiers de la recherche sur les droits fondamentaux , 2018, Les partis politiques, 16, pp.79-99. ⟨10.4000/crdf.313⟩. ⟨hal-02176464⟩



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