Artwork: The meeting developed spontaneously at our request
Selman Oğuzhan Eser, AK Party Deputy of Karaman, responded to the criticism of the “Yunus Emre and the Year of Turkish” meeting held at the Governorship of Karaman.
AK Party Karaman Deputy Selman Oğuzhan Eser responded to CHP Karaman Deputy İsmail Atakan Ünver's criticism of not being invited to the meeting, saying "There should be no discrimination about Yunus Emre and Turkish."
In the description of the work, “We requested from our esteemed Governor to hold a meeting with narrow participation in order to determine a road map before starting our work.
The spontaneous meeting was held at our Governor's Office upon our request. Therefore, our Dear Governor chaired the meeting.
Of course, the views and opinions of all politicians, including NGOs, who want to contribute positively to the work to be done for our city in the next period, are taken. " used expressions.
What did Vekil Unver say?
The participation of AK Party Deputies and Karaman Mayor Savaş Kalaycı in the "Yunus Emre and the Year of Turkish" meeting held at the Governorship of Karaman on February 5 under the Presidency of Governor Mehmet Alpaslan Işık, CHP Karaman Deputy Ünver considered "discrimination".
Using the expressions "Yunus Emre and Turkish are the sensitivities of all of us, there is no or cannot be discrimination in this matter", Ünver said that the first button was stitched wrong with the meeting on February 5th.
He also made references to Unver's lines by Yunus Emre.
To read Unver's full explanation, click