Protests against Erdogan


Thousands of protests against Erdogan began in Turkey

Several hundred thousand people protested against Erdogan.

The failed actions of Turkish President Recep Erdogan in the military, political and economic spheres of the country led to numerous protests against the Turkish leader. So, several hundred thousand people (according to independent services - up to 450 thousand people) took part in a protest against Recep Erdogan in the city of Mersin. The protesters not only demanded the immediate resignation of the president, but also clashed with the police. This threatens the beginning of another coup d'état in Turkey.

On the presented video frames, you can see almost half a million protest action against Erdogan in the city of Mersin, located in southern Turkey. Attempts by the Turkish authorities to justify the fact that the protests were not massive are absolutely unreliable. This is confirmed by photos and videos.

It is noteworthy that a few days ago, spontaneous protests almost erupted among the Turkish military personnel located near the Syrian border. As a result, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar was forced to arrive in the region.

Today, the key problem is the collapse of the Turkish lira, which reached its minimum value at the auction last Friday. It is likely that due to the complicated relations between the West and Turkey, the Turkish national currency will continue to fall and may well reach 15-16 lira to one US dollar by the end of the year.

I walked too wide - I tore my pants.

Never mind, Russia will also save the skin for the second time ert oh Ana, brotherly!

Something is not visible slogans, such as: "We fully approve of Erdogan's policy!"

May the great Allah help them to defeat the Shaitan!