Added to this are other oldest suspicions about attempts to Islamicize the State apparatus, starting with two key ministries: Interior and education. Prime Minister Erdogan’s detractors have not been able to provide credible evidence. However, political analysts estimate that, behind the so-called conservative democracy of the AKP, the outlines of the alleged plot are hidden. For their part, the leaders of the Party of Justice and development flirt with the idea to carry out a comprehensive reform constitutional, capable of eliminating legal barriers devised by the Kemalists. The head of the Government contemplates even the possibility to hold a popular consultation to kill exhaust valves provided for by law, knowing that this could further accentuate the tension between the secular and religious sectors. The conservative circles of the old continent, opposed to the entry of Turkey into the EU, were the first to defend the Ankara authorities, with special emphasis on the legality of the Erdogan Government, backed by the outcome of the last elections in June 2007.
This stance is because echo in the media who campaigned against the accession of the Asian country to the Union, claiming the Turkish differential fact or, to be more exact, the cultural difference between the Christian West and the Muslim East. The change of course of the media has nothing to do with the introduction of democratic reforms, essential for the proper conduct of the consultations between Ankara and Brussels, nor with the Elimination of the pitfalls, diplomatic or legal that they hinder the negotiating process. He wondered if last bureaucratic barbarism of Brussels, the systemic error, not serves as an alibi for the systematic rejection of Turkey.