Turkey’s president faces scrutiny after earthquake for construction standards
The death toll from the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria has crossed 41,000. The disaster has also exposed Turkey’s President Erdoğan’s political fault lines. He’s facing scrutiny for failing to enforce construction standards that could have saved lives. Amna Nawaz discussed the frustrations with Gönül Tol of the Middle East Institute’s Center for Turkish Studies.
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