Erdogan’s reaction to the right-wing victory in the Israeli elections

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

The Turkish prime minister is worried over the results of the elections that took place in Occupied Palestine

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey’s prime minister said on Saturday: “Unfortunately, we witnessed that the Israeli’s gave [power] to the right-wing fanatics. This issue makes me worry a lot.”

Erdogan once again emphasized the necessity of freeing the Palestinians from the prison of Gaza. He said: “The present conditions of the citizens of Gaza are very unfortunate and are in opposition to human rights laws.”

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In the parliamentary elections in the Zionist regime, the Kadima party, lead by Tzipi Livni won 28 seats and the Likud party lead by Benyamin Netanyahu won 27 seats. The very fanatical Israeli political group called Yisrael Beiteinu lead by Avigdor Leiberman won 15 seats in the parliament.

Political analyzers believe that the Gaza War caused the fanatic right-wing political parties to be able to win 65 out of the 120 seats because of the security wave that followed it. They have the best chance of establishing the cabinet now.

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Kadima’s victory in the Israeli elections

According to the last report from the elections in Isreal, which was announced this morning, the Kadima party, led by Tzipi Livni, won.

The Israeli election committee issued a statement stating that the Kadima party won the elections by obtaining 28 of the 120 parliament seats.

According to this statement, the Likud party, led by Benyamin Netanyahu, obtained 27 seats, the Yisrael Beiteinu party, led by Avigdor Leiberman, obtained 15 seats, the Labor party, led by Ehud Barak, obtained 13 seats, and the extremist Zionist party called Shas obtained 11 seats.

According to the Israeli political system, the victorious party cannot completely form the new cabinet. Therefore, Netanyahu still has a chance to become the prime minister and to form the cabinet.

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