Serdar Denktaş, the Independent Presidential Candidate of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), said, “What is more important than how many votes is the erosion of the will of this country.”
In the Presidential election held today in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), none of the candidates got the absolute majority of the votes, so they got to the second round. After the second round of the elections, Serdar Denktaş, the Independent Presidential Candidate, made a statement. “What is much more important than who gets how much votes is that the will of this country is increasingly eroded,” Denktas said.
Stating that another election was left behind and he was not satisfied with the vote, Denktaş said, “However, the issue that we need to focus on and that I will consider in the coming days is the fact that half of the people in our country do not go to the polls. Denktaş said, “I would like to thank first of all to my family, then to my team that worked hard with me and to the members of the press who made my messages reach the masses. Of course, in the next few days, I will make a very comprehensive evaluation and share my opinions about the election results with my people.”