Former Republican People's Party (CHP) lawmaker and businessman Sinan Aygün resigned yesterday from the party after having filed charges against fellow party member Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş regarding bribes for a construction project in the capital.
Reportedly, Aygün submitted his resignation letter to the party's headquarters following a disciplinary proceeding opened against him on Dec. 22 by the CHP Ankara provincial chairmanship for "causing a public debate about the CHP and Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş by taking the court decision regarding his construction project out of context."
Aygün claimed his construction project "Togo Towers," located on the Eskişehir Highway, was halted and sealed after he turned down the request of Yavaş-linked councilors who asked for a TL 25 million bribe to proceed with the project. He says Yavaş and his circle do not reject the claims and say they allegedly requested it to build a school.
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