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He is right, he has read in luxury.

IYI Party Deputy Chairman Umit DikbayirPresident of the AKP, Recep Tayyip Erdogan,They sent their own children to Paris, London, Brussels, Washington, educated them in the best educational institutions and lived in luxury and pomp.” he reacted.

Recalling the countries where Erdogan’s children study, Dikbayır said, “Burak Erdogan: England. Esra Erdogan: America. Bilal Erdogan: America. He is right, he has read in luxury.” said.

ERDOĞAN FORGOTTEN THAT HIS CHILDREN READ ABROAD

At the ceremony held at the New Dormitories Campus of the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Ankara, where he inaugurated 105 new dormitory buildings, Erdoğan said:They sent their own children to Paris, London, Brussels, and Washington to study in the best educational institutions and let them live in luxury and pomp. They condemned the diamond-like children of Anatolia and Thrace to poverty, ignorance, deprivation, poverty, and even death in plain sight. we broke this game” said. Erdogan forgot that his own children are also studying abroad.

“RIGHT, HAND READ IN LUXURIOUS”

Dikbayır from the IYI Party reacted to Erdogan’s statement on his social media account. Dikbayır, who shared a video containing Erdoğan’s words on his social media account, said:

  • They sent their own children abroad, educated them in the best educational institutions, and made them live in luxury and pomp,’ said the person who should embrace our nation without discrimination. Burak Erdogan: England. Esra Erdogan: America. Bilal Erdogan: America. He is right, he read it in luxury.

“WE WERE IN LONDON FOR THEIR CHILDREN A FEW WEEKS AGO”

Former AKP Balıkesir Member of Parliament Turhan Çömez also shared a post on his social media account after Erdoğan’s statements. Çömez, who also served as Erdoğan’s doctor, said, “Just a few weeks ago, AKP deputies were in London for their children’s graduation ceremony.”

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