Who is going to be the president of Turkey, the Muslim world is worried

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Who is going to be the president of Turkey, the Muslim world is worried

Crime Diary International Desk:
On the one hand, the superpower Russia and Ukraine are busy with the war; On the other hand, Turkey's presidential election. Although people are anxious about the armistice, but with interest, no one wants to know what is going to happen? The whole world is divided into different blocks. On the one hand, the repression of the Zionist superpowers on the Muslim countries, on the other hand, some leaders of the anti-Muslim ethnic groups stand as a big obstacle to the rise of Muslim leaders who are strong in faith.
In the leaderless Muslim world, when hypocrites are victorious, the weakest Muslim countries along with the whole world look towards the big Muslim powerful countries. They want Leo male leaders. Those who at least do nothing can speak for Muslim countries like lions in front of superpowers. One such leader who is a little more than anyone else is the greatest strength of Islam and Muslims.
He is no one else. He is Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He is the greatest leader of the divided Muslim world community and the most trusted leader not only of Muslims but also of humanity.
He leads a simple life and is a Hafez Qur'an. He spoke the most for the Muslims and also tried to exert pressure on the superpowers on the Muslim issue. He is an Iman, a leader and a President.
So the eyes of the whole world are now on Turkey's elections. Although he managed to get his party to the government in the first step, he could not become the president for a small reason. So the whole world is a bit more worried. Who is going to be the future leader of the country? Recep Tayyip Erdogan or Kemal Kilicdaroglu. Waiting for the second round?
According to the existing law, if no candidate gets 50 percent of the votes after the finalization of the polls, a second round of elections is held within 2 weeks. Accordingly, the second round of elections will be held on May 28 and only two top candidates, Erdoğan and Kilizdarglu, will contest. In that case Sinan Ogan, the third-placed Nationalist candidate, can play a special role. He will formally endorse any of the top 2 candidates. According to whom Ogan will support, if the supporters of his party also vote for the same person, then that candidate will be the next president of the country.
Erdogan told supporters of his AK Party in Ankara that he was ready to run for a second round if necessary. He also told the supporters to be confident about winning the second round.
On the other hand, Kilizdarglu vowed to win the second round of voting, saying that his opponent had failed to win the trust of the people. Kilizdarglu alleged that the ruling party had repeatedly objected and disrupted the counting of votes. In a televised speech, he said, "If the nation wants a second round of voting, we welcome it."
According to analysts, the country of 8.5 million people, already burdened by inflationary pressure, will move towards further uncertainty if the election does not yield direct results. At the same time, the capital market and the foreign exchange market may also have a negative impact.
Hazan Akbas, managing director of consultancy firm Strategic Advisory Services, told Reuters, 'The next two weeks will probably be the longest in Turkey's history and a lot will happen during this time. I fear that there will be a significant collapse in Istanbul's stock market and major volatility in currency markets.'
However, he said, 'Erdoğan's alliance has done much better in the election than the opposition alliance. Because of that, Erdoğan will get special benefits in the second round of voting', he added.
However, Erdoğan is far ahead of Kamal. More than 30 political parties and more than 150 independent parliamentary candidates are contesting the elections.
Total voters in the country are 6 crore 41 lakh 90 thousand 651 people. Among them, 88.07 percent of the total voters voted in the presidential election. On the other hand, 88.11 percent of the votes were cast in the parliamentary elections.
On the day of the presidential election, 600 parliamentary seats were also polled. The People's Alliance, the ruling coalition led by Erdoğan's AK Party, won the majority of seats in that election.
After 98.96 percent of the votes were counted, the People's Alliance got 321 seats. Among them, Erdoğan's AK Party alone won 266 seats. The National Alliance, the main rival of the ruling alliance, won 213 seats. And other parties have won 66 seats.
Turkey's electorate has been divided over the past few years. But 69-year-old Mr. Erdoğan has never been under such pressure before. Opinion polls show that the candidate of his rival opposition alliance is ahead of him. Erdoğan's Justice and Development Party, abbreviated AK Party, has been in power since November 2002 and Mr. Erdogan has been ruling Türkiye since 2003.
In this election, about 6 million new voters will vote who Mr. He did not see any political leader other than Erdoğan running the country. Mr. Erdoğan was the prime minister of Turkey in the beginning. He became president in 2014 and dramatically increased his power after a failed military coup in 2016. He became the sole authority. The whole Muslim world loves Erdogan. They see his leadership and pray for him as a hero of the Muslim world. So everyone is waiting to see what happens?
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