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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The Turks voted against democracy | The Siver Post

The Turks voted against democracy

First, they ignored it. Then mocked him. Subsequently put in jail. In the end, he turned into perhaps the most powerful leader of Turkey for 80 years. Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued his domination of Turkey by winning Sunday in the first round of early elections, after receiving 52.5 per cent of votes. In his eyes, about 26 millions of supporters, it was a Grand victory disenfranchised, angry most polarized world, divided between rich and poor. “The winner is Turkey, the Turkish nation. The winner is all disenfranchised residents of our region, all the oppressed of the world,” Erdogan said of the crowd of fans who gathered at the headquarters of his Party of justice and development in Ankara.

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