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World: Mayor of Istanbul warns of new pressure from Erdogan's government to harm his party

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The Mayor of Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu, warned on Wednesday that the Turkish authorities will increase the pressure on him and his city administration after his two -year and Seven -month prison sentence was confirmed a few days ago for insulting members of the Supreme Oet Council.

Der Bürgermeister von Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu. - ONUR DOGMAN / ZUMA PRESS / CONTACTOPHOTO © provided by News 360 The Mayor of Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu. - Onur Dogman / Zuma Press / Contactophoto

Imamoglu from the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) expects that further "politically motivated" investigations will be initiated in the coming weeks and months, in order to be in the elections in June 2023 for alleged To harm connections to terrorists among his employees.

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has shown the mayor of Istanbul in detail that the public prosecutor's office has currently suspected more than 1,650 names, and has accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to prepare a whole plot in order to remove it and so, for almost three years Later to recapture a city that was under his control for more than two decades.

"You can do anything ... We know that you will stop in the next three, four or five months," warned Imamoglu, the most important representative of the secular opposition and Erdogan's potential rival in the 2023.

elections He was disqualified for two weeks and sentenced to a prison sentence of two years and seven months because he is said to have insulted members of the Supreme Election Commission (YSK) when he canceled the first round of the local elections in 2019, which he had during the repeat later in the year gained even greater lead.

Several human rights organizations and civil society organizations have questioned the legal proceedings against Mayor Imamoglu and the persecution allegedly initiated by the Erdogan government because they fear that he is in an economic and political crisis that the most important elections of the last in 2023 20 years of power, Imamoglu could not be an important challenger is not the only local authority that was removed from the courts from the courts. In recent years, several Kurdish mayors of towns in the southeast of the country have been removed due to alleged connections to terrorist groups of their office.

news source: (Europa Press)

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