Erdoğan sang with his supporters and said we will be together until we die. “Goodbye, Kemal!”

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Erdogan celebrated his victory in Turkey’s presidential election from a bus in front of his supporters. Photo: Profimedia Images

Turkey’s new and old president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, celebrated his election victory Sunday night with supporters singing from a bus that included his wife and her entourage. The Ankara-based leader won the presidential election with a 4 percentage point lead over his rival, Kemal Kilicdaroglu. Erdogan told his supporters that they will be together till death.



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“I would like to thank all our citizens who have shown interest in the future of themselves and their children by voting in the elections.

I would like to thank every member of our nation for giving us the responsibility of governing the country for the next 5 years.

He said that we will win in such a way that no one loses. That is why only Turkey has won today.

Goodbye, Kemal!”, Erdogan said.

And those who voted for him danced for joy.

-“We are very excited. We thank Allah. He did not let evil win. Thank you, Allah! Erdogan is a world leader“.

-“Muslims won. We are happy. Our feelings are so intense that we cannot express them. The man won“.

-“The whole world can rally to one man’s side, but as Erdogan says, all may be against him, but whatever he does, the nation will make the final decision. No one but the people can decide“.

The opposition candidate is Kemal Klichtaroslu: “During these elections, the nation showed its will to change this dictatorial regime, no matter how much pressure was given. It was obvious. The CHP with all its constituents will continue to strive on all fronts until democracy wins in our country. We will continue to lead this struggle. Whatever we do for this country is not enough. I am sad because this country is in big trouble. You must know that we will fight these difficulties ahead. Henceforth, I appeal to the 24 million voters who voted for me to stand up. Our work will continue. We’re here, we’re not going anywhere.

Publisher: AC

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