‘Turkey will reap nothing with a three party coalition’
MARDIN - During an official visit to Mardin deputy prime minister Bulent Arinc said that Turkey will reap nothing with a three-party coalition.
Government Spokesman and Deputy Prime minister Bulent Arinc has performed a visit to Mardin to hold some talks with locals and join an Iftar dinner which was arranged by his party. Arinc visited Yesilli and Midyat city halls and get information about the ongoing services.
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc and Mardin MP Orhan Miroglu have landed Mardin airport at 10.30. Arinc and Miroglu welcomed by Mardin governor Omer Faruk Kocak, Head of Mardin AK Party administration Bahattin Uncu and other presence. Then they went to the hotel spend the night in. After a short break in the hotel, Arinc went to the Mardin Governor’s office.
“Turkey will gain nothing with a three-party coalition.”
Stating that we are aware of that doing politics is getting really harder in the region, Arinc said that, “Look there is a lot saying ‘we haven’t supported them so much; we hadn’t guessed that before the election. We just wanted to admonish AK Party but we don’t want any destabilization in Turkey.’ That means if we receive the voters’ message properly AK Party will prevail the coming election. Yet, Turkey will have no advantage of a three-party coalition.”
“Either chaos or stability!”
Saying that President Erdogan will give the duty of forming the government to Ak Party President Ahmet Davutoglu, Arinc said that,” If our party leader isn’t able to build a government President Erdogan will give the duty to Kılıcdaroglu-leader of main opposition party- and if he can’t, either then an election will be called. AK Party is the main frame of the election which gets more votes than the other parties in total. Now that, they have to form a government with Ak-Party otherwise we will tell our people that we really want to form a government with them in good intentions but they fail to do it now make up your mind you will have either chaos or stability.”
Arinc also added that, “I advise to all parties to be ready for an election.”
“Some ones take it as a pride while we embarrass to utter it.”
Over the question of some reporters, objecting to the LGBT groups’ insult to Islam in this holy Ramadan, Arinc said that, “I really feel embarrassed to talk in front of women as some ones emerge and take this as a pride. These things aren’t acceptable in our general custom and usage. It is really saddening that they can challenge in the center of Istanbul bare-naked in broad day and unfortunately member of parliaments of CHP and HDP can support them. If our people really like and acclaim them they can follow their path but if they don’t they must take necessary action in the ballot boxes.” (ILKHA)