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Republican People’s Party (CHP) Antalya Deputy Rafet Zeybek reminded that MHP Leader Devlet Bahçeli withdrew from the government in 2001 due to inflation, and said, “According to official numbers, inflation is 73 percent, everyone is silent.”

ANTALYA (IGFA) – CHP Antalya Deputy Rafet Zeybek, who came to the podium while the main law proposals were being discussed at the General Assembly of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, made an election invitation based on inflation.

Zeybek stated that the Assembly should not remain silent about the economic sufferings experienced, and said, “In such severe conditions in this country, the Assembly cannot sit aside and watch these views, none of us has the right to do so. Believe me, tomorrow your children will criticize you, “You sat there while the country was like this, you didn’t do anything.” “The only way for this country to get rid of this disaster is for the Parliament to intervene in this event, and the way to this, my expensive friends, is that the Assembly decides for an election immediately, and the way out of these difficulties is elections,” he said.

Reminding the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) Leader Devlet Bahçeli’s exit in 2001, Zeybek said, “Look, Mr. Devlet Bahçeli, when inflation reached 27 percent in the 2001 economic crisis, ‘The economy is going badly.’ he said, withdrew from the Government; He was a collaboration partner. Today, according to official numbers, inflation is 73 percent, everyone is silent. So in reality, it’s around 150 percent, but 73 is a very high number. In other words, the executive probably has the right to leave this nation in such desperation under such harsh conditions – and there isn’t – ‘I’m leaving it.’ He says, but this Assembly has no right, because this is the Assembly of the nation, this is the will of the nation. For this reason, this Assembly must take an election decision, apply to the will of the people as soon as possible and overcome the way of analyzing the heavy problems this country is going through,” he said.

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