ISTANBUL – The former president of Turkey Abdullah Gül will be in June not to participate in the presidential elections. He was by a small islamic party without his consent as a candidate pushed forward, but denied Saturday that he will take office against a sitting head of state, Recep Erdogan.
Gül stated that he wanted to do if he has a broad movement behind him. There is, however, not come, he observes. It refers to the atmosphere around the elections, “negative.”
Erdogan has presidential elections and simultaneously to hold parliamentary elections are pushed forward. Find it now on the 24th of June and not in november next year.