HDP’s provincial headquarters have been bombed in Adana and Mersin. There are three casualties in Adana. A flower pot sent a day before to HDP headquarter in Mersin exploded but didn’t kill any because it was in the balcony.
The May 18 bomb attacks in southern Turkey have drawn condemnation from the government and the Kurdish problem-focused HDP

One of the injured…

Simultaneous blasts hit two local headquarters of the Kurdish problem-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the southern Turkish provinces of Adana and Mersin on May 18
Bombs have hit two local headquarters of the Kurdish problem-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the southern Turkish of Adana and Mersin, weeks before the June 7 general election. Hidden in a cargo parcel and a gift-packaged flower pot, the two bombs injured at least three people on May 18.-
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has said he keeps records of what the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is doing and he will demand justice for the government’s wrongdoings when his party comes to power following the June 7 general elections
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has defended Turkey’s top cleric Mehmet Görmez over his use of an official car worth 1 million Turkish Liras ($435,000), which he vowed to return after strong criticism from the opposition.
A majority of top executives from Turkey’s largest companies believed the ruling AKP would be the winner of the upcoming June elections, but the party’s votes would decrease compared to the previous elections, according to a survey by Turkish economy magazines Capital and Ekonomist
A number of local tribes in southeastern Turkey that are known to have voted for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) for the past 12 years have turned to the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), campaigning on the streets of Şanlıurfa in favor of the HDP
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and several economy ministers of the government have criticized the opposition parties’ economic plans, particularly promises to increase the minimum wage, inviting business and trade groups to reflect on how these promises are “unrealistic.”
A U.S. State Department spokesperson who was called a “stupid blonde” by the mayor of Ankara has voiced surprise that journalists are still interested in the issue

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