Famous journalist Fatih Ergin announced who should be the presidential candidate of the opposition

While the debates about who will be the presidential candidate of the opposition, which is one of the constant agenda topics of politics, continue, a striking evaluation came from the journalist and writer Fatih Ergin.

Ergin, who separately evaluated the climate to be experienced in the event that CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu and Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş are nominated, and the moves that the People’s Alliance will make, “While the People’s Alliance indexed the one-man regime to the condition of 50+1, it relied on the balance of 70% right and 30% left voters…

Now Erdogan is uncomfortable with 50+1 percent…

Because it’s about to explode in your hands…

Then?

So, is there a need to open a space for the power alliance to awaken the dormant ‘Fear of the Left’?” said.

Ergin’s article is as follows;

WHO SHOULD BE THE APPOINTMENT OF THE OPPOSITION?

Once upon a time, a sultan’s tulip addressed his sultan as follows; “My majestic, virtuous, stately, gypsy-dressed sultan…”

Ohhhh!

When I was trying to be a flatterer, a sack of figs ruined our lala…

First glorify, then put the huge sultan to the ground…

Why did I tell you this?

I won’t be flattering, but what I’m going to say will be a bit like this…

It was months ago…

I wrote an article about Kılıçdaroğlu’s preparation for candidacy, without going into the win-no-win issue…

According to the latest information, the issue has not been brought to the agenda at the table of 6, but there has been a consensus in the CHP on the nomination of Kemal Bey.

All that’s left is to convince the components on the 6-table…

So who does the social consensus point to?

Before answering this question, let’s continue with Kılıçdaroğlu…

Yes, Kılıçdaroğlu has a better chance of winning against Erdoğan than ever before…

Because there has never been another period in Turkish political history when social opposition reached such a peak…

The hatred of the people against the AKP has increased so much that the voters have come to the point where they will vote for ‘whoever is against Erdoğan’.

Read here how the patriotic people of this country have softened in this period even against the HDP, which they would not normally like…

What shall we say; Shame on those in power who gave birth to the HDP privately and made politics almost impossible to calculate without the HDP.

In the meantime, let’s also mention that HDP has successfully fulfilled its task of narrowing the field of social opposition against the government… (This is the subject of another article)

So, does this conjuncture show that Kılıçdaroğlu’s candidacy is given the green light?

OK! Although I have some criticisms and objections, I believe that Kılıçdaroğlu is a patriot…

He also says things that I will sign under with his promises focused on publicism at the point of economy…

It is a fact that now it sets the agenda and pushes the power to the position it should be, to a defensive position…

I think he is better than ever in his discourses that appeal to the feelings of the people…

He also made great strides in politics.

It does good work by keeping the Nation Alliance together, bringing the CHP down to the public, and opening up to right-wing politics…

All to one side; If he is elected, Kılıçdaroğlu, at his worst, cannot do the damage that Erdogan has done to this country, even if he wanted to…

You know, Kemal says, ‘We will win with our friends’…

So now let’s come to the ‘friend tells pain’ part…

Or, like our sycophant lala, to the part of the bullshit…

to nominate Kılıçdaroğlu; It’s gambling!

It is to allow the opponent to carry a match that you lead 3-0 to 3-2 or even 3-3 at a time…

If there is no result in the first round, it is to give the match to Erdogan in the second round.

This has nothing to do with Kılıçdaroğlu’s person…

If Erdoğan or Akşener are candidates as CHP Chairman, rest assured, the same applies to them.

Because it means that the CHP GENERAL CHAIRMAN Kılıçdaroğlu is a candidate; It means making room for a magnificent political engineering in order to make the people forget the economic crisis during the election process and take them to the polls for fear of ‘The Left is coming’…

We saw the best example of this in the 2018 election, when Muharrem İnce was a candidate…

This must never be forgotten; While the People’s Alliance indexed the one-man regime to the 50+1 condition, it relied on the balance of 70% right and 30% left voters…

Now Erdogan is uncomfortable with 50+1 percent…

Because it’s about to explode in your hands…

Then?

So is there a need to open a space for the power alliance to awaken the dormant ‘Fear of the Left’?

So who should be Kılıçdaroğlu but not?

It must be the name on which social consensus is formed or on which it begins to form!

That name is clear as day: Mansur Yavaş!

Those who know know…

All along, I objected to those who said ‘it should be a slow candidate’…

Because I had reservations that he would remain uninspired in the face of Erdogan in his polemic politics and could not give what was expected at the ballot box.

I thought, ‘Populist politics would crush it’…

However, politics, especially in Turkey, is such a dynamic process that I threw these commentaries away…

Hatred against AKP will be the biggest advantage of Yavaş if he becomes a candidate…

Every discourse that the People’s Alliance will put forward for Yavaş will have the opposite effect…

Because Slow is a well-known but not worn out politician…

Not a populist, but a popular political figure with his achievements…

Most importantly, the political tradition he came from…

In other words, 70 percent of right-wing voters do not see him as a classical CHP member.

Even AKP and MHP voters have secret sympathy for him…

Moreover, if Yavaş becomes a candidate, other opposition parties will not dare to nominate candidates.

They openly face social opposition.

AKP is now a political corpse…

The issue is making the congregation accept the imam, behind whom the funeral prayer will be held…

I will say that; The wind is very important in this policy.

Ignoring the wind in politics is like rowing against the wind on the sea.

And that wind says ‘Slow’ against AKP!

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