Our party has shown a historical stance: Yapıcıoğlu


Our party has shown a historical stance: Yapıcıoğlu

Added date : 2017-04-17 14:53

NEWS CENTER - Speaking about the results of the referendum, HUDA PAR Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu said that their party has shown a historical stance at the historical turning point of Turkiye.

Our party has shown a historical stance: Yapıcıoğlu

"In this referendum, which is a historic milestone for the country, our party has demonstrated a historical stance," said HUDA PAR Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu in his statement related to the referendum results.

Yapıcıoğlu reminded that they used 'yes' vote in the referendum based on benefits of the Ummah and said:

“As HUDA PAR, our only measure in politics is the holy Islam. According to the need of this measure, we have acted for the fulfillment of this decision based on the constitutional amendment in the referendum we said 'yes' for the benefits of our country, our nationality and our Ummah.”

Yapıcıoğlu said, “In this referendum, which is a historic milestone for the country, our party has shown a historical stance. This stance has been finalized with the beneficial for our people and it is what important for us.”

At the end of his statement, Yapıcıoğlu hoped that the result of the referendum will bring goodness to the nation, to the country. (ILKHA)

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