With the demand for emergency convention, our cause became a legal dispute. The 12th civil court of peace decided unjustly. Our party legislation is clear, in the case of a petition signed by at least one-fifth of the members, the central executive board of the party may decide to hold an emergency convention. The important word is |"may;" therefore, it leaves the final decision to the board. Unfortunately, the 12th civil court of peace disregarded this fact and decided on an emergency convention, thus interfering in an intraparty dispute. As the MHP, we stated that we would appeal this decision and wait for the verdict. However, the same group of people who dub themselves the intraparty opposition, made it clear that they would not wait for the verdict and tried to hold their own congress on May 15. Fortunately, two of our sensible delegates went to the civil court of peace to block this effort and were able to obtain a court order to wait until a verdict is reached. Despite the court order, they still tried to hold a convention. Nevertheless, a verdict was eventually reached which was against our headquarters.
As party administrators, we tried to avoid naming names. However, these people are already known by the people and the media. We cannot say that all of them are like this. Yet certain names have been working with the Gülenists. When we say transatlantic, we usually mean two things, two power groups. First is Pennsylvania, thus the Gülenists, and the second is American imperialism. Gülenists are under the control of this American power group, whether you call it the Pentagon or the CIA.