As the Republic of Türkiye celebrates its centenary next October, this victory seems to consolidate Erdoğan's party's considerable hold over the country, despite the economic slump that is severely affecting Turkish society. It also testifies to the anxiety of the majority of the population against a backdrop of international crises in its immediate vicinity.
9H00-10H30: The domestic lessons of the May 2023 general election
Deciphering the election results - Seren Selvin Korkmaz
Co-founder and executive director of IstanPol Institute (Istanbul Political Research Institute).
AKP mobilization strategies and the role of women - Prunelle Aymé
PhD in political science at Sciences Po, affiliated with the International Research Center (CERI).
Presentation of the IFRI's latest field mission to Konya - Amr Abdelrahim
Researcher with the Türkiye/Middle East Program at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI).
Moderator: Sümbül Kaya, researcher at the Strategic Research Institute of the École Militaire (IRSEM).
10:30-11:00: Coffee break
11:00-12:30: Challenges and prospects for Türkiye in the aftermath of the elections
The economic challenge - Güven Sak
Managing Director of the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Türkiye (TEPAV).
Diplomatic ambitions - Galip Dalay
Researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), associate with IFRI and Chatham House.
Erdoğan's Türkiye, a challenge for Europe? - Dorothée Schmid
Director of the Türkiye/Middle East program at French Institute of International Relations (IFRI).
Moderator: Isabelle Lasserre, diplomatic correspondent at Le Figaro.
The debates will be held in English.