Sylvia Poggioli Reports From Istanbul

on Turkey's newly installed prime minister, Necemettin Erbakan. He is the country's first prime minister from a religious party. But, in a country whose constitution is based on the separation of church and state, analysts wonder how far he will be able to promote Islamic-inspired policies.



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