Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced the date of elections in the country.
According to the details, the head of the government, who is busy dealing with the worst earthquake in the history of Turkey, announced the date of new elections in the country in a timely manner.
The Turkish president said that the legislative assembly and presidential elections in Turkey will be held on May 14.
He said that the number of deaths due to the terrible earthquake in Turkey has exceeded 45 thousand, 90 countries have sent aid to deal with the disaster of the earthquake.
The February 6 earthquake in Turkey’s 10 southern provinces marked Turkey’s worst humanitarian disaster in modern history, when bustling cities were leveled, ancient fortresses collapsed, and thousands of residents and businesses lost their lives. Buildings collapsed.
In such a situation, President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday indicated that the elections will be held on May 14, the date that was already set for voting. Addressing lawmakers from his ruling AK Party in parliament, Erdogan said, “This nation will do what is necessary on May 14, God willing.”
Since last month’s earthquake, there have been mixed signals about the possible timing of presidential and parliamentary elections, with some suggesting they could be postponed until the end of the year.