While the density of voters is seen in 17 centers in total, hundreds of meters of voter queues especially in the Consulate Generals of Berlin and Hamburg draw the attention of German residents passing through the region.
Emine Derya Kara, Consul General of Hamburg, stated that they started the elections on April 27 without any problems and noted that a total of 7 thousand votes were cast in the city.
Emphasizing that the interest in the elections continues to increase day by day, Kara said, “We are pleased with this. We are continuing the elections in a peaceful manner. We invite our citizens registered in the Overseas Electoral Register to vote.” said.
Consul General Kara pointed out that there are citizens who come to the election center to vote, but whose voter registration is in Turkey, and stated that these people could not vote legally because their address declaration records were not obtained before.
Black said, “There will be 13 days of voting. he said.
In Germany, voting has been going on since April 27 in Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Munich, Mainz, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Essen and Münster. Voting began on April 29 in Aachen, Bremen, Regensburg and Kassel.