Evaluating the June 7 election results, Dr. Levent Uysal said that after this process, it is necessary to work to maintain the stability of the country for 12 years. Reminding that especially President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s experiences should be utilized, Uysal said, “We trust our politicians”.
Nişantaşı University Chairman of the Board of Trustees Levent Uysal evaluated the picture that emerged after the June 7, 2015 General Election Results. Emphasizing the importance of maintaining stability for the continuation of 12-year gains and not interrupting investments, Uysal said, “The parliamentary arithmetic formed according to the result of the June 7 election ballot box did not give any party the opportunity to power alone. Everyone should respect this decision of our nation. The most important thing to be done right now is the establishment of a coalition government for the continuation of stable growth. Putting aside the resentment and resentment experienced during the election process, everyone should take responsibility for the continuation of stability. It is necessary to maintain stability in order for the 12-year gains to continue and investments to continue. In particular, Turkey should take advantage of this process is a very important experience for the leaders of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s political history. We trust our politicians and we believe that they will make the right decision ”.
“INVESTMENTS SHOULD NOT STOP”
Drawing attention to the investments made by the AK Parti in the period when it was in power alone, Uysal said, “Our country has come a long way in a short time. This investment in disruption or cessation of Turkey will take you back to the 90s. We have to compete with the countries of the world and therefore we have no time to waste. It is very important that both the economy and the investments that will improve our cities continue without slowing down. “Coalition government’s work with this diligence is one of the country’s interests.”
“THE SOLUTION PROCESS IS VERY IMPORTANT”
Commenting on the fate of the solution process, Uysal said, “A problem that has left its mark on the last 30 years of our country was brought to the table for the first time in this period. These efforts are very important and valuable. The solution process should never be interrupted for the continuation of the silence of the weapons and the spring breeze in our eastern and southeastern geography. A lot of work falls on the new government at this point. “We must continue the zero-problem policy, both for our borders and with our neighbors.”