Mr. Erdogan (Substantiv, Plural) Erdogan (Substantiv, Plural) Erdogan (Substantiv, Plural) Erdogan (Substantiv, Plural) (1965) "I am Not in a position to intervene with the judiciary, since Turkey is a constitutional state, "Hurriyet Daily News quoted him as saying on Thursday. "I must obey whatever decision the judiciary gives. All related parties must follow the judicial rulings. Period. "
Turkish newspapers, which had accused Mr. Brunson of being a spy and of having left to the" Fethullah Gulen terrorist organization, "noticeably toned down their reporting of the case. Mr. Brunson home as a way to lift the Republican Party.
"It is our greatest hope that the pastor finally wants to return home to his family." in the United States after his hearing tomorrow, "they wrote. "The United States and Turkey are NATO and have a number of mutual concerns regarding regional security and stability.
As speculation rose before Friday's court hearing that a deal would hold, that analysts suggested that Turkey's economic woes had forced Mr. Erdogan to yield Mr. Brunson's case. Asli Aydintasbas, a senior fellow for the European Council on Foreign Relations, said: "The economic pressure is working."
The Khashoggi case has a chance for two sides to cooperate. "It opens a window for Erdogan," said Soner Cagaptay, director of the Turkish Research Program at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. "If he does something favorable, if Brunson can board a plane, the U.S." would help Erdogan over Khashoggi. "