9 days left for the elections
I am not as excited as in the previous elections, although the stakes seem higher than ever. The photo below is a scene from a massive opposition ally in İzmir. The opposition has stood firm so far in the last weeks. Let’s see…
Turkish citizens globally are voting in huge numbers at local embassies: from New York and London, where people wait hours in line, to here in Dublin, where a line wraps around the building. Unprecedented voting. This a sign that May 14th will be a massive turnout in Turkey. https://t.co/OMHCiPWV0C
— Louis Fishman لوي فيشمان לואי פישמן (@Istanbultelaviv) May 5, 2023
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