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WorldAsiaI will not leave Turkey to an Erdogan turned to Russia

I will not leave Turkey to an Erdogan turned to Russia

The leader of Turkey’s Republican People’s Party and presidential candidate for the opposition People’s Alliance bloc, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, has said he will not leave the country to “false leader” Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is “moving towards Russia”. Thus in a video message posted on Twitter, he spoke about his opponent in the second round of the presidential election scheduled for May 28.

Kılıçdaroglu emphasized that he had no intention of losing.

We will not leave our homeland to a fake world leader who yesterday was co-chairman of the “Greater Middle East”, and now focuses on Russia, at whose door he, leaning, scratching

said the politician.

Kılıçdaroğlu assured that if he wins, he will focus on the United States. It allowed the emergence of American medium-range missiles in Turkey, as was the case in the 1960s.

Ten days before the second round of the elections, the results of local opinion polls show Erdogan’s advantage. 52.1% of Turkish citizens are ready to vote for him, while 47.9% of voters intend to vote for Kılıçdaroglu.

In the first round of elections, held on May 14, none of the candidates obtained more than 50% of the votes needed for victory. Erdogan’s result is 49.35%, 45% of voters voted for his opponent.

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