As the neo-nationalist – reformist divide amongst the Republican People's Party (CHP) continues to widen with the ongoing resolution process, now the main opposition is experiencing a 'memorandum' crisis.
The neo-nationalist members of CHP are expressing their objection to the party's reformist wing, which includes deputy chairman Sezgin Tanrıkulu, signing on to the Peace Democracy Memorandum in support of the ongoing resolution process.
While the CHP's neo-nationalist deputies are calling on those members who signed the declaration as well as the party leader who approved it to, "reassess the content of the memorandum," they also went ahead and held a press conference in the Assembly to read aloud a memorandum entitled "A call to unify," however CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu disapproved.
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