Living on a lie: “organized crimes’ took place in Istanbul vote”

AKP virtually controls every stage of the election process and their leaders still claim that because of organized crimes they have lost İstanbul. Creating a total lie and then believing it. This has been happening since Gezi protests. In the old days, they used to fabricate more sophisticated lies. Now no need for sophistication…

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claimed almost all local election results in Istanbul were unlawful. Erdoğan added documents and video footage would be presented as evidence.

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