This analysis would essentially require the classification of certain bound morphemes as clitics or phrasal affixes in Turkish.
In sum, an analysis based on clitic clusters is unmotivated for Turkish and thus it cannot be maintained particularly because it needs to resort to an incorrect and unmotivated classification of bound morphemes into clitics and affixes.
Accordingly, I have suggested an account that classifies bound morphemes in Turkish depending on their ability to terminate a morphological word.
This article presents well-formedness conditions on Turkish coordinate constructions with suspended affixation (SA) , where certain bound morphemes are omitted from all conjuncts other than the final one while maintaining their semantic scope over the whole construction.
Especially laudable is the CDA's coverage, which encompasses in time and in geographical reach all the areas covered by the much larger dictionaries, and which includes, as does the AHw (von Soden's Akkadisches Handworterbuch) but not the CAD (Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago), some bound morphemes (suffixes and clitics, but not prefixes and infixes).