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nnat with detective it kinda nde and now the government's taken a backlash from those who say it could have done more to stop it I'm Reuters bureau chief in the capital in it bungalow well acted back with prime minister Ahmet davuto lu who told me that the investigations were focusing both on Islamic state and on the PKK , he said that on the question of intelligence failures to the political protected we control our borders will nine , kilometers with Syria on the open border policy in the right policy allowing migrants allowing refugees but the downside of that was that it was difficult then control and in front of people but in some cases reach several hundred thousand just in a matter of days , he stated that investigation was underway to determine whether they had been intelligence failures the pointed out that the Turkish authorities prevented similar attacks happening in the park he again said that one of the aims of the attack had been to disrupt the elections dnmt AKP government coming to power , could work against the pro Kurdish opposition in the run up to the election