One year on from Turkey’s failed coup, President Erdogan has continued his crackdown on his opponents. But is he now coming under pressure? Our guests: Bülent Mumay (FAZ), Ulrike Herrmann (taz), Antje Bauer (DW Academy).
Ulrike Herrmann is a business editor for the German daily newspaper taz. She says: "Erdogan is only in danger if Turkey plunges into economic crisis."
Bülent Mumay is a columnist for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He says: "The failed coup attempt strengthened Erdogan. But events since then raise the question of how well he'll do in the 2019 presidential election."
Antje Bauer is a Middle East Expert. She thinks: "Erdogan is coming under increasing pressure. That was demonstrated by the 'March for Justice' that recently ended.Unfortunately, there's no political alternative yet."