Ultimately; any, and all decisions as to the social, economic and political health of Turkey, will be determined and be answered solely by the sons and the daughters of Ataturk.
History has shown that a people do not go to sleep one night, awake the next morning, then protest, and demonstrate for naught and because of naught. History teaches that objections and discontents of some component of the social, economic or political systems, give rise to social unrest, especially when a people believe that their voices are not being heard or that there is no recourse to grievances.
With that said, and against a background of the recent tragic Soma mining disaster that claimed the lives of 301 hard working Turkish miners, and coupled with the painful memory of 15-year-old Elvan, who died in March, after nine-months in a coma from a head wound inflicted in a demonstration in the Okmeydani district, in Istanbul; the anger emanating out of Istanbul in the form of protest that has claimed the lives of two and injured nine, could now be put into perspective.
There is an air of discontent over Turkey and administrators need to listen to the sons and daughters of Turkey with a view to addressing the concerns of the people.