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Erdogan: This is his property – in the public places where he belongs

Erdogan: This is his property – in the public places where he belongs

What happened to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s property was announced along with the final results of the May 28 elections.

The Supreme Electoral Council announced the final official results of the May 28 elections in Turkey, which were won by Recep Tayyip Erdogan and re-elected President of the Republic of Turkey.

In fact, Erdogan’s re-election was officially announced as the final results were published in the Official Gazette. According to the results, and after 100% of the votes were counted, Recep Tayyip Erdogan received 52.18%, or 27,834,589 votes.

On the other hand, out of a total of 53,339,313 citizens, Kemal Kilicdaroglu got 47.82%, i.e. 25,504,724 votes.

But in addition to the results, the government newspaper also published the whereabouts of Turkey’s new president, namely the statement of the origins of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as well as Emine’s wife.

From the documents, it appears that Erdogan owes his brother Mustafa Erdogan 5,390,000 TL.

The Turkish president also owns two properties in his name: a property with an area of ​​2,000 square meters. In the village of Dumankaya, in the town of Junisu, in the province of Rezonda, which he acquired in 1988 for 10,000 pounds.

Also, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, along with his wife, owns a property in the Kisikli neighborhood of Uskudar, Istanbul, which was purchased for 15,390,000 TL giving each of them 7,695,000 TL.

Regarding his bank accounts, the Turkish president has a total of 1,854,878 TL deposits in two banks.

Specifically, in Al Baraka Bank he has two accounts with 1,346,614.53 and 96723.55 TL respectively and in Agricultural Bank he has an account with 411,541.135 TL.

poorer than in 2018

After the elections of June 24, 2018, the weakness of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s relations was exposed again, and it seems that he has become even poorer.

In particular, at that time he had deposits of 6,077,761 TL in three different banks. He also had property in Rezonda.

He also owns a property in the Kisikli neighborhood of Uskudar, Istanbul which he bought for 4,000,000 TL and a 2011 Audi A8 which he got for 234,080 TL.

Also in 2018, he owed 2,000,000 TL to businessman Mehmet Gur.

Where did you go in 2014?

When he was elected president in 2014, according to the newspaper Suzkoit appears again that he owns the property in Rezonda, while he had it in the banks:

In the pond, he had four accounts, one with 4159687.80 TL, one with 96 thousand TL, one with 144.234.33 TL, but also an account with 2000 dollars. He also had 135 TL in Agrotiki Bank, 930 TL in İşbank, as well as two other accounts, one with 2,825 TL in Halk Bank and the other with 370 TL in Vakıflar Bank.

He also owes $500,000 to his son, Ahmet Burak Erdogan.

Accounts in Switzerland not included

It is reported that in his article on the 19fortyfive.com website, Middle East analyst at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Michael Rubin, stated that US embassy documents leaked by WikiLeaks refer to eight bank accounts with Erdogan on his site. name in Switzerland.

“Parliamentary immunity bought him time, and the control of the judiciary gave him permanent impunity. It is possible that Erdogan, with his new sense of impunity, famous hydrocarbon discoveries in the Black Sea and looted natural gas from Cypriot waters, could become the world’s first trillionaire,” the analyst said.

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