Karaday, head of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms party, whose members are mostly Turks and Muslims in Bulgaria, called on all citizens in Turkey to go to the polls to form a government in Bulgaria.
Mustafa Karadi, head of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (HÖH) party, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that due to the failure to form a government in Bulgaria, early general elections will be held for the fifth time in the past two years.
Karaday stated that they aimed to become a partner in the government by transferring 49 deputies to the 49th Bulgarian Parliament and proceeded as follows:
“For the past 2.5 to 3 years, there has been a political, economic, social, health and energy crisis in Bulgaria. The basis of these crises is the political crisis, because they have not been able to form a government in Bulgaria for two years. Why can’t a government be formed because they are pursuing a policy of hate against each other Some. ‘I will not be with him, I will not be with him. ‘ They are campaigning. After the election, they cannot sit at a table and form a government.”
Expressing that they will eliminate the hate policy of other parties in Bulgaria, Karaday stated that they will solve all the problems in the country with the main idea of ”intelligence”, “responsibility” and “dialogue”.
“There are nearly 300,000 similar voters in Turkey.”
Karaday stressed the importance of the early general elections that will be held in Bulgaria, that they need the support of their compatriots who live in Turkey.
“If we cannot overcome the political crisis, we cannot overcome other crises.” Karadayi said:
The first step is to overcome the political crisis in Bulgaria. That’s why I’m calling. All Bulgarian citizens must go to the polls in the April 2 elections. Our number is number 13. There are approximately 300,000 similar voters in Turkey. If we get 113 thousand 13 votes from Turkey and 313 thousand 13 votes from Bulgaria in the April 2 elections, we will be a partner in the government.
Mustafa Karaday explained that the good relations established by Turkey and Bulgaria in many areas continue.
Explaining that in the recent energy crisis in Bulgaria, this country received great support from Turkey, Karady explained, “There was a final agreement in this context. The basis of this party is the Movement for Rights and Freedoms. People who follow politics know this very well.” Use phrases.
Elections in Bulgaria
7 political parties participated in the parliament formed after the last snap general elections in Bulgaria on October 2, 2022, and 3 of these parties were unable to form a coalition government that could get a vote of confidence.
Bulgaria will hold snap general elections for the fifth time in the past two years.
- Balkans | 2.8 million vaccine doses will be destroyed in Bulgaria
- Balkans | Mawlid read for those who lost their lives in the earthquake in Prizren
- Balkans | Stoltenberg urges NATO countries to increase defense spending
- Balkans | The barriers erected by Serbs in northern Kosovo were not removed
- Balkans | Students of different nationalities gathered together for the earthquake victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Balkans | Bulgaria taxes the excessive profits of energy companies
- According to the IRI survey, the voting rates for TDP and THP are 1%.
- Balkans | Those who lost their lives in the earthquakes that were the epicenter of Kahramanmaraş in Germany were commemorated
- Balkans | The Kosovo Council approves an agreement to allow citizens of western Balkan countries to travel with identity cards
- Balkans | Calling on Bosnian Serb leader Dodik to summon a Serbian judge in the Constitutional Court to submit his resignation