PM Erdogan: Elections determine Turkey's future

Published 05.08.2013 00:13
Updated 05.08.2013 00:40

Turkish Premier Erdogan said, Turkey's direction and future are determined by "national will" with elections

ISTANBUL

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, Turkey's future and direction are determined by national will with elections and neither media nor social media and neither capital market nor terrorized streets can change that.
Speaking in Amphitheatre Arenamega, built by the municipality of Kucukcekmece in Halkali district of Istanbul, Erdogan said, everyone should do what needed to be done and admit and obey what and who was pointed at by the nation in ballot boxes.

Turkey's future and direction were determined by "national will" with elections and neither media nor social media and neither capital market nor terrorized streets can change that, Erdogan said.

Erdogan underlined that Arenamega will be an important art center of both Istanbul and Turkey with a functional and visual complex which set example for the world built on 30 acres of land with a great capacity.

Erdogan also noted that "we are in Turkey's biggest show center with a total capacity of 35 thousand spectators and is the largest stage in Europe".

Arenemega has a total capacity of 35 thousand spectators and its 704 square meter stage is the largest one in Europe.

Anadolu Agency

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