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The ‘No’ vote’s success at Police and Military housings explained with a Gulenist plot

The conservative news outlet Akit has recently published an article entitled “Voting ballots that were stamped ‘no’ were found in police and army quarters.” The article reported that some army and police members voted ‘no’ after being commanded to do so by their “Gulenist superiors.” The article also declared that many police army officers voted ‘no.’

The news outlet shared that in an an army quarter in Besiktas, Istanbul, 2701 people voted ‘no’ and 660 people voted ‘yes.’ It also added that in Diyarbakir at a police quarter, 166 people voted ‘no’ while 154 people voted ‘yes.’ The ‘no’ vote has also won in many other police and army quarters around the country according to the article.

They explained the ‘no’ vote’s success with a Gulenist plot

The news outlet reported that the ‘no’ vote in the army and police quarters showed that the Gulenists were still active in the army and police forces. 

The article added: “It is hard to understand how police and army officers who voted for the HDP under the directive of the Gulenists can fight against the PKK. This clearly shows that the Gulenists are still  active in the army and police forces.

Denizalp Göktaş

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