Erdoğan receives massive criticism during live speech: “We’ll see each other at the ballot box”
Erdoğan’s employees silence critics – “Young people no longer believe in you”
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“We’ll see you at the ballot box”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan received massive criticism during a live broadcast on the Internet. Young people were probably behind the campaign.
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Erdoğan giving a speech to the people is criticism usually anything but welcome. All the more remarkable was the massive counter-speech that the Turkish head of state made in his last video conference, which was broadcast live on YouTube. The reason for this was probably the time, shortly before the central entrance exams at the Turkish universities Erdoğan delivered his speech. Because the entrance exams have been defying massive restrictions for the population by the Corona crisis* conditional restrictions not postponed. One decision, the many Adolescents and apparently pissed off prospective students in Turkey.
The first 30 minutes of speech went well according to taste Erdoğans. Many viewers praised the politics of the 66-year-old and his party ACP via chat function or sent heart emojis to the Turkish Presidents. How bild.de reports, however, the mood changed significantly afterwards. There were more and more critical voices in the comment section of Erdoğans Read the transmission before the positive statements were clearly outnumbered.
Often the slogan was “Oy Moy Yok“(Eng.” No vote for you “) in the comments. In the meantime, the hashtag of the same name was trending on Twitter, as was the saying “We’ll see each other at the ballot box”. The ratings given on YouTube with a thumbs up or a thumbs down also turned more and more into the negative. Received over 340,000 times Erdoğans Transfer a thumbs down before the President’s team intervened.
Erdogan invited to a live stream today to get in touch with young people. The feedback is more than disastrous for the Sultan, but it is much more important whether the 1 million dislike mark is cracked. #OyMoyYokSize https://t.co/Qw3ZGlESLg
Erdogan’s employees deactivated the comment function in the 39th minute, so the critics at least YouTube to silence. Until then, however, the whole world could read like that president felt the displeasure of the Turkish youth. “Bye Bye Erdoğan“The youth no longer believe in you,” was a comment. “We want to be part of the West and not a Middle East country,” wrote another user. (fd)
Erdogan sent two ministers to Berlin this week to discuss the German travel warning for Turkey.
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