HUDA PAR Chairman Yapıcıoğlu votes


HUDA PAR Chairman Yapıcıoğlu votes

Added date : 2017-04-16 14:13

DIYARBAKIR - HUDA PAR Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu voted in Diyarbakır and said that today is a milestone, "If today yes comes out, or if no comes out, tomorrow this nation will continue to live together in this country."

HUDA PAR Chairman Yapıcıoğlu votes

HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu went to the polls in Diyarbakır for the constitutional amendment that will bring the presidential system.

Yapıcıoğlu, who was in the explanations after voting, said the election day will be a milestone.

Yapıcıoğlu emphasized today will be the end of "doing for people but against people" understanding and said, "It is a quite nice day, I do not know how many the participation will be, but I would like to have a day without accident, without any trouble, without incident. First of all, I hope everyone comes to the polls and puts their hand on their conscience with their free will, vote for what is best for the future of the country and this process is completed as uneventful. I hope that today will be a milestone. I hope that also history will record this."

"If yes or if no comes out still these nations will continue to live together in this country tomorrow"

"As you know today we have bans of propaganda. I do not want to go too far into those issues, but I must say; if yes or if no, comes out, tomorrow these nations will continue to live together in this country. So it is beneficial for everyone to be calm. We will share the rest with the public after the ban on propaganda is over." (M. Hüseyin Temel, M. Sıddık Bilge - ILKHA)

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