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Submitted by havas (Turkey), Jun 25, 2013 at 12:35

" I would vote for Islamist no problem if my life improves as a result. They have no control if I pray at home or not, why should I care, who rules if he delivers goods. (which is why I was happy with AK party) If my life is worse off I should have the right to chase them out. General observations that whenever secular "liberals" rule they mismanage, plunder and steal. Previous DYP/CHP/MHP governments in Turkey. Also witness Pakistan's governments.

AKP party ruled the country well for the past 10 years. But the problem is mr Erdoğan himself (not his party) who started to attempt to design the life of the other %50 of the country who dont vote for him. but not everybody want to live islamic lives. in west, even in brazil governments are much more softer against protesters than in turkey. dictator declared the other %50 of the country as foreign agent terrorists. he is proud of killing 5 protesters, 10 protesters lost their eyes. ı think his brain is damaged from getting too much votes for too long.turkeys future is not very bright with this dictator.

in few days he will visit gazza. ı hope he wont come back home.

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