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    • Nihat
    • 28.12.07 | 16:26 (IST)

    I think I have every right to vote as a TURKISH CITIZEN, but I am sure you would like to take that right away from me right? Or maybe you want to ban people who are covering their head from voting too or maybe anyone who is attending mosque as well. Turkey's worst human right violations always came from the so "called" Secularist Parties and their policies. I might not live in Turkey now but I am in Turkey regularly. It was obvious what all of the political parties has achieved in the past, which is pretty much nothing and economic crisis after another, inflation was on double figures, there was no funds to do anything in the Public sector. But now you say, all fake accounting, so building more universities which Turkey badly needs, building more roads where all Turkish Cities can be connected, or finishing off the dams and tunnels in few years compare to some projects started by your precious so "called" secular governments took 10 or more & left unfinished, example: BOLU Tunnel

    from the article: Source: Turkey worried Israel's support waning over Kurd issue
    First published 00:00 27.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.12.07
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