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Kadıköy is one of the busy, secular and settled district in the Anatolian side of Istanbul. It is governed by CHP, main opposition party, but water supply is provided by İSKİ, of Istanbul Municipality of AKP, governing party. 4 days is a bit long time and probably intentional…

A Kadıköy resident, Cem Hakverdi  published some photos: 

kadıköy’de 4 gündür su yok. bir türlü onarılamayan su borusu yüzünden kadıköy’de vaziyet böyle 

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Caferağa Dayanışması ‏@direncaferaga “Susuz nereye kadar bitti buraya kadar” diyerek yürüyüşümüze başladık 🙂

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