Main opposition CHP presidential candidate Muharrem İnce vows that Turkey will become a “state of law” if he is elected president in the June 24 election.
“First of all, we will maintain the rule of law. We will then ensure the independence of the Central Bank. Thirdly, we will give a big importance to a merit-based system in bureaucracy,” he said, speaking at a rally in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa.
He also reiterated his earlier promise that under his rule, the state of emergency that was introduced in the wake of the botched putsch in 2016, would be lifted.
“The state will tighten the belt, not the country’s citizens,” he said, adding that the presidential complex, which is currently under construction in the popular resort Marmaris, will be allocated to disabled people as vacation facilities.
İnce claimed the country’s wealthy people are transferring their assets abroad because they are uncertain about their future.
CHP EU Representation