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Title Lateline : 18/07/2016.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2016 July 18 at 22:43:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (27 min. 58 sec.) ; 160054032 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Stories include: 'Minor changes to Malcolm Turnbull's ministry with some shifts in portfolios', 'Interview: Halil Karaveli, Senior Fellow with the Turkey Centre, at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute in Stockholm', 'Number of arrests from the failed coup in Turkey rises to 6,000'<br /><br />MINOR CHANGES TO MALCOLM TURNBULL'S MINISTRY WITH SOME SHIFTS IN PORTFOLIOS<br />In an apparent effort to minimise disappointment on the backbench, several National Party members and conservatives have been promoted, but one MP has suggested the party room would continue to fester.<br /><br />INTERVIEW: HALIL KARAVELI, SENIOR FELLOW WITH THE TURKEY CENTRE, AT THE CENTRAL ASIA-CAUCASUS INSTITUTE IN STOCKHOLM<br />Emma Alberici speaks with Halil Karaveli, also editor of the Turkey Analyst, and asks him about the power struggle between President Erdogan and a cleric in exile which was at the heart of the failed military coup.<br /><br />NUMBER OF ARRESTS FROM THE FAILED COUP IN TURKEY RISES TO 6,000<br />As President Erdogan vows to rid the country of the 'virus' that caused the revolt, his critics are concerned he may use the latest events as leverage to push for constitutional change which will further enhance his powers.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Lipson, David, reporter.
Williams, Philip, reporter.
Connor, John, contributor.
Erdogan, Recep Tayyip, contributor.
Karaveli, Halil, contributor.
McCormack, Michael, contributor.
Paksoy, Yunus, contributor.
Soyler, Ali, contributor.
Strong, Peter, contributor.
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor.
Williams, Philip, contributor.
Subject National Party of Australia.
Budget -- Government policy.
Cabinet officers -- Selection and appointment.
Coups d'etat.
Government, Resistance to.
Terrorism -- Political aspects.
News and Current Affairs.