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AK Party’s Çelik: If the CHP can truly say goodbye, we would appreciate it.

AK Party's Çelik: If the CHP can truly say goodbye, we would appreciate it.

AK Party Spokesperson Ömer Çelik criticized the CHP’s ‘halalization’ policy and said, “If there is a truly sincere goodbye, if this becomes an institutional structure of the party identity, we will appreciate it. Now, when we see it, it does not exist.”

AK Party Spokesperson Çelik visited the Mayor of Yüreğir Fatih Mehmet Kocaispir and talked for a while. After the closed-door meeting, Çelik spoke to reporters.

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Criticizing the “halalization” policy of the CHP , Çelik said, “Now you see, someone is coming out, threatening a part of the society. Another is coming out, threatening other parts of the society. They even threaten and humiliate our citizens who voted for our AK Party and the People’s Alliance. “There is a language and style that goes along with it. Where are we going to talk about halal? We see that this is being carried out as a sub-title of a reckoning, a revanchist policy,” he said.

MORSE SITUATION

Çelik, who likened the policy in question to the Morse alphabet, said, “Now bring the Morse code before your eyes. There is a dot and long lines. When Kılıçdaroğlu speaks, there is a dot-shaped goodbye. Right after that, in a long line from the MPs and his party; “We follow all sorts of crooked politics together. Therefore, here the halal is not presented in a pure and clean way. If there is a truly sincere farewell, if this becomes an institutional structure of the party identity, we will appreciate it. Now, when we see it, it does not exist,” he said.

‘THE NATION IS THE OWNER OF THE STATE’

Underlining that it is necessary to make halal, starting from the Yassıada mentality, Çelik said:

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“It is out of the question for us to remain secret in the conduct of any issue in Turkey. The state is owned by the nation. Nothing can be hidden from the nation. Starting with the Yassıada mentality, Kılıçdaroğlu’s sincere confessions against the price paid to the country by the political mentality he is in, and then reflects this on the corporate identity of the party. He must act and do what is necessary when it comes to threatening rhetoric.”

Çelik also condemned the beating of journalist Latif Şimşek by the Democratic Party Army Deputy Cemal Enginyurt and his bodyguard.

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