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On both he is with a -- assistant managing editor and executive business editor for the Wall Street Journal which is owned by the parent company of this network and -- brought him in because largely that.
The success have Turkey of Turkey has been of an economic one.
They -- they've really gone from crisis to crisis to crisis -- breaks in between over a period of many decades.
And and Turkey was an economic and stability mess.
In prime minister aired -- one came in at one point elected with 49 point 95% of the vote which is an enormous even historic margin for Turkey.
And has -- people -- police down.
The military were taken -- -- political equation the economy get back on track it's now a large exporter regionally it's -- center for tourism it has been a model.
For for that part of -- -- of the world.
-- -- provisional member of the EU meeting European Union is looking at them and say do we want them and if -- -- watching now.
At 10:19 PM -- in full time for the moment they -- they are probably saying.
Good job on us.
This is -- what we need.
And John -- the economic reforms have been have been crucial -- what's happened in this country.
And tonight against the -- -- down as you mentioned during a commercial break but they settle this thing down and come back up and things will be fine if not.
There are problems.
Yeah that and I think it's Friday and I think you framed as rights that.
This -- and economic success.
And to some extent which is seeing it -- on the pictures here is a result of that deal on the one hand you have a larger middle class.
They want their forces heard.
They are bristling against some of the sort of authoritarian this and that they see in the country.
That you mentioned earlier on the other hand you have elements of the economy -- see other people advance it.
And then not advance.
And so there's a divide economically and you have some of those people also in the square same kind of -- our piece of the action.
So at the end of the day.
The way that you framed this at the beginning which is that there are many things going on in this park -- in this where there are many expressions of dissatisfaction this isn't.
Just secular vs Islamic.
Turkey this is many sort of political -- is being heard these protests.
It's -- -- -- the similarities to what happened in.
Zuccotti Park here in New York a small apartment as it as a twelve -- new -- thirteen in the New -- -- never heard -- and all of a sudden they've taken the thing over what we didn't see them clear that -- out.
The New York police department -- the cameras away -- in under the cover of night to people out of there with varying degrees of criticism about how it was done that you didn't get to see it.
Here in this beacon of democracy and let the sunshine in for the entire world they did it under cloak of darkness.
But in Turkey we're watching.
And sometimes watching the sausage made.
Is unpleasant but just give it the cops.
Their credit here.
This is after weeks of -- of club occupations and cotton club of Chicago and we will twelve days we've had here yeah and now we'll see another way of handling it and if this continues through the night.
We may have a whole new situation.
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