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Akshanar: Erdogan's provocative policies contribute to more hostility among the Turkish people

2021-02-09T15:25:08.198Z

Ankara-SANA, leader of the (good) party in Turkey, Maral Akshanar, confirmed that the provocative policies of the president of the regime



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The leader of the (Good Party) in Turkey, Maral Akshanar, confirmed that the provocative policies of the President of the Turkish regime, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, contribute to more hostility among all groups of the Turkish people.

In a speech during the meeting of the parliamentary bloc of her party in the Turkish Parliament, Akshanar expressed her concern about “the policies of threat, intimidation and escalation that Erdogan is pursuing in his media talks,” adding that what Erdogan aims at through these provocative policies is more hostility between all groups of people in order to help him. This is to stay in power and tighten his control over all state institutions and facilities that he deals with as if they are his private property.

Akshanar denounced Erdogan's repression of students and professors of the Bosphorus University in Istanbul, and said to him, "You have to respect yourself and be polite during your targeting of university professors, and you also have to abandon your method of talking to others in the opposition and outside it."

The Turkish regime police had arrested dozens of people in connection with demonstrations in which students of the Bosphorus University in Istanbul participated in protest against the appointment of a close to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) as their university dean by a presidential decision.

Akshanar added, "We cannot understand Erdogan's mentality and behavior, and the reason for this is simple, which is Erdogan's low intelligence, which is not enough to understand and realize what Turkey is suffering from in all areas."

Source: sena

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