Erdogan's constitutional referendum may have just set Turkish democracy back 70 years.
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Brookings' Kemal Kirisci discusses the shrinking space for Turkey democracy's following the July coup attempt - from violence between Turkish forces on the PKK to the government's crackdown on civil society institutions and the media.