The Start of the falling apart: The Leader of the Turkish Good Party announced withdrawal from the opposition coalition


The Turkish opposition leader, head of the Turkish Good Party (IYI), Meral Aksener announced her withdrawal from the six-party table alliance formed by one of the largest opposition parties, to present a rival candidate to Erdogan for the presidency.

Aksener’s withdrawal came after the rest of the parties agreed to nominate the head of the Republican People’s Party (CHP), Kamal Kilicdaroglu.

Akshnar said, “I call on both the mayor of Ankara, Mansur Yavas, and the mayor of Istanbul, Ekram Imamoglu, to run for the presidency… All field studies indicated that the mayors of Istanbul and Ankara would have outperformed Erdogan”.

She added, “Unfortunately, the members of the six-party table preferred their personal interests over the interest of 85 million Turkish citizens… The five parties said that their candidate was Kilicdaroglu, and we proposed the names of the mayors of Ankara and Istanbul”.

Akshnar continued: “We’re not a gambling table, and we are not a notary’s table to certify the statements of others.

“The six-party table doesn’t represent the will of the people after today,” Akshnar concluded her statement.

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