Kemal Kilicdaroglu: ‘Corruption has turned into a national sport’

Kemal Kilicdaroglu, Group Deputy Chairman of CHP and Atilla Kart, Konya delegate of CHP, were greeted with great enthusiasm from Turkish people living in London, during their two day visit, as guests of ‘Avrupa’, a local newspaper in London, to attend the conference for ‘Independence, democracy and clean society’. Kemal Kilicdaroglu and Atilla Kart visited Turkish neighborhoods prior to conference. Kilicdaroglu spoke to Hurriyet and said :”I knew they loved me inTurkey. Encountering the continuation of such love inLondonhas made me really happy. People know what they want, no matter where they are”.

During his speech at the conference, Kemal Kilicdaroglu defined independence, democracy and clean society while emphasizing the importance of economical strength for becoming independent and said: “Corruption has become a national sport. Democracy means having a transparent regime. For instance, you pay taxes in every aspect of life. Therefore, in a contemporary democracy you should be able to ask where those taxes are going to. If you can’t ask this question, it means that there are double standards. In democracies, double standards are unacceptable”.

Kilicdaroglu and Kart addressed the Turkish people living inEuropeand called for a lobby with a single voice by saying: “Turkish lobby should be strong. There isn’t a common voice. Those againstTurkeyare showing efforts. It’s not necessary to create a hero in the 21st century.Turkeyhas not reached a point of dissolution despite all of the terrorism.Turkeyis in a fast nationalization process” and added that DHP is in the process of creating a new Kurdish initiative.

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