Klichdar filed a complaint against Erdoğan for publishing fake video

Kemal Kilicdaroglu, who ran against Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the second round of the Turkish presidential election on Sunday, filed a complaint against the Turkish president after he aired a video clip in which he was accused of being a member of the "PKK".

was mixed with warriors. "We have filed a complaint," Selal Selik, a lawyer of the Republican People's Party of Kalichdar, said in a tweet on Wednesday. We have asked them for 1 million Turkish Liras.


During a large gathering in Istanbul on May 7, Erdoğan released a short video clip in which he said the Klichdars were walking hand-in-hand with the Kurdistan Workers' Party. The group is what Ankara and its Western allies consider to be terrorists.

In the video, the opposition candidates are calling for a joint run for the presidential election through music. Erdoğan admitted that the video was fabricated.

It should be remembered that in the first phase of the Turkish elections on May 14, Erdoğan won the highest number of 49.5 votes, but no candidate could win the election due to not being able to get 50% of the votes. Now the second phase of the election is being held on May 28. In this phase, there will be a run-off election between the first two candidates who got the most votes in the first phase.

Kalichdar heads the alliance of six opposition parties. He expressed his anger on this fake video that was aired a week before the first phase of the election and said that how can a person sitting on the presidential chair descend to such a low level?

Kalichdar won 44.9 percent of the votes in the first phase.

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