President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has made a series of statements during a recent live broadcast. He expressed satisfaction with a joint TV broadcast dubbed a “final” step before the upcoming election on Sunday, which will further his party’s vision for a better Turkey. Erdoğan said the AK Party is prepared for the polls and believes the party will attain a victory after winning citizens’ support. He also remarked on the withdrawal of Muharrem İnce from the candidacy, expressing sadness at the situation and blaming FETO tactics for the conspiracy that forced İnce’s exit.
Erdoğan expressed his concerns about opponents who do not respect the result of the ballot box, saying it will harm democracy’s essence. The youth will be influential in the upcoming election, Erdoğan said, adding that more than six million young voters are eligible to vote.
Regarding foreign policy, Erdoğan criticized Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu’s statement about imposing sanctions on Russia, saying such an action lacks statesmanship and asking Kemal to prove his claim that Russia intervened in Turkey. He emphasized that Turkey has a strong relationship with Russia.
In conclusion, Erdoğan expressed his optimistic outlook for the election, saying that Turkey came to power democratically and that his party will continue to respect the national will. He also pledged support for the citizens regardless of their political affiliations and urged all to take part in the democratic process.