Muharrem İnce

Turkish politician

Muharrem İnce (born 4 May 1964) is a Turkish teacher and politician.

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QuotesEdit

  • If you were afraid of God as much as you were afraid of the United States, the country would not be like this.[1]
  • Dear friends, not so much, was Turk Telekom a Turkish-owned company in 2002? It was native. Did you sell this company to the Arabs? Did you sell Telsim to the British, Akbank to the Kuwaiti, Kusadasi Harbor to Israeis, vehicle inspection job to a Germany-based group, İzmir harbor to Hong Kongers, Avea and MNG to the Lebanese, TGRT to an American, Süper FM to the Canada? You sold all of these. Not in a distant past, in 2002 these companies were Turkish-owned. Now these companies are all in the hands of strangers. Do you know how many factory, shipyard, facility, port, land, building you privatized in your seven-year rule? I learned one by one from the Privatization Administration. 721 pieces. You sold like father's goods. Do you have one new factory, one?[2]
  • I want peace, I want brotherhood, I want prosperity, I want jobs for youth, I want food.[3]
  • He has forgotten you! I am a man of the people. I am people's son.
    At a rally in Istanbul, when talking about Erdoğan.[4]

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