Karaday, head of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (HÖH) party, whose members are mostly Turks and Muslims in Bulgaria, called on voters in Turkey to vote in the early general elections to be held on April 2.
Speaking in the breakfast program held in the hall in Bursa, Mustafa Karadi said that after the earthquakes that hit Kahramanmaraş on February 6, party organizations were organized immediately, and aid was collected and delivered to the earthquake area.
Almost 100,000 people participated in the 2021 presidential elections in Bulgaria, and 90,000 of those votes came to them, Karaday said, “In October, there were nearly 60,000 voters in Turkey. Again, 90 came to us in hundred votes, but the turnout was very low.” He said.
Expressing that party representatives could not adequately warn voters, Caraday said:
And in this regard, I beg you, please, warn our people, there are very important elections in Bulgaria on April 2. Let’s go to the polls on April 2nd and vote for the Rights and Freedoms Movement. We hope, with your support, to become government partners. This is our goal too. After the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been successive crises in Bulgaria. A political crisis was added to the economic, health and energy crises. The biggest crisis facing the country now is also a political one. Unless this crisis is overcome, we cannot overcome other crises. We cannot solve the problems of people and citizens. In this regard, our goal is to obtain a good result in the elections and to become a partner of the government.”
The meeting was attended by MRF representatives, district heads, members, representatives of some political parties in Turkey, MRF deputy candidates, Turkish mayors in Bulgaria and many guests.
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