Karamollaoğlu: "They will interfere in the elections"

Karamollaoğlu: "They will interfere in the elections"
Date: 21.5.2020 14:00

Felicity (Saadet) Party General Chairman Temel Karamollaoğlu answered Nevşin Mengü's questions in Sözcü TV broadcast. Karamollaoğlu said, "They will interfere in elections and votes. No matter how you understand."

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Saadet Party leader Temel Karamollaoğlu was the guest of the "Nevşin Mengü Special News" program on Sözcü TV.
Karamollaoğlu also spoke about a possible early election in the program, the 19 May video of his party on the theme of unity and togetherness. 
Karamollaoğlu said that if there is an early election, the government will intervene in the elections and votes.
Saadet leader Karamollaoğlu, to the "Do you see the possibility of early elections?" question, he answered as; “I don't see it right now. If an election is to be held once, the government and MHP do not want to go to the elections with today's laws. The voters will take a number of steps to affect the game. They will set up such procedures that only members of the government will benefit from it. I am not of the opinion that these new law proposals were made to protect the rule of law and to make elections healthier. On the contrary, there will be a change to give tricky opportunities. I am saying clearly that those in power will be able to do this intervention easily. It is coming to the agenda on issues such as voting electronically. It is a party that came to power in Turkey if something does not go out of power any more."
"They will intervene in elections and votes"
Saadet leader Karamollaoğlu said, "Are you saying that you will vote for power?" In response to the question, “The fight arises in the way you say the expression in this way. I say, they will interfere with the elections. Understand how you understand. They will interfere with the votes. Because they intervened in past elections. They killed our people at the beginning of the ballot box. ” used expressions.


Reminding that the Felicity (Saadet) Party candidates were threatened to withdraw and the polls were intervened, Karamollaoğlu continued:
“These are done in environments that are particularly susceptible to intervention. Especially in the East and Southeast, but the people are still resisting to a certain extent. You cannot easily do this intervention in Istanbul and Ankara.”


Pointing out that the meeting of political party leaders in such crisis periods is no longer needed beyond benefit, Karamollaoğlu said, “If party leaders come together, softening occurs in public. We live in the same country, we are brothers of each other. It is quite normal to come together, sit, talk, produce ideas.”


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