Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım criticized the Justice March of the opposition by saying it is a ‘march of negligence’.
Speaking at an opening ceremony for a highway intersection, PM Yıldırım gave brief a statement about the significance of the newly built intersection near the 3rd bridge over the Bosporus Strait and went on to slam the opposition over the Justice March.
“How would you have walked if there had not been any roads”, he said referring to the main opposition chair Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu and added: “All of these roads are a means for us to have a place in the hearts of our people. Roads are for the nation. And, a march which does not have as its base the nation hurts both the road and the walker. The steps of this march that are applauded by FETÖ are not the steps of the people. This is not a march for justice; it’s a march of negligence.”
PM also called on CHP chair to ‘give up on the march’ and said: “The place to seek justice is not the roads; it is the parliament and the courts.”
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