Voting in Germany continued over the weekend

There are only a few days left until the end of the voting process in the presidential and parliamentary elections abroad, which started on April 27.

Turkish citizens in Germany formed long queues in front of polling stations in the early hours of the morning to vote at the weekend.

Turkey’s Consulate General in Essen, located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), where the Turkish population is most concentrated; It was the first choice of citizens who wanted to vote.

“Citizen’s interest in the ballot box is intense”

Taylan Özgür AYDIN, Turkey’s Consul General to Essen, stated that “the interest in the election was intense” and said:

“We see that the intense participation in the past days is still continuing. Our citizens sometimes have to wait in long queues when necessary. Despite this, our citizens are calmly and peacefully waiting for their turn and ready to vote. “I would like to congratulate our young friends in particular. We had a lot of young friends who came to vote for the first time. This is a pleasure for us.”

Voters who waited in line for a long time to fulfill their citizenship rights shared their feelings with TRT Haber.

One voter stated that he was excited and said, “Well, I’m a little excited. I came from 30 kilometers away right now. I hope to choose what is good for our country and our nation.”

Citizens who do not vote abroad, where there are close to 3 million 400 thousand voters, will be able to go to the ballot box on Tuesday, May 9, at 21.00 and cast their votes.

News: Bulent Donmez

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