Ahmet Hakan’s response to Erdogan’s words ‘doing what is necessary’

President and AKP Chairman Recep Tayyip Erdoğan answered the questions of Ahmet Hakan, Hande Fırat, Zafer Şahin and Abdulkadir Selvi on the CNN Türk and Kanal D joint broadcast on Wednesday, September 28.

During the program, Hürriyet columnist Abdülkadir Selvi told Erdoğan, “The voice of the opposition was a bit muted on the issue of city hospitals. How do you take it?” she asked.

“Well, Abdulkadir Bey, you will do what is necessary from your corner now” Instructing Selvi, Erdogan said, then smiling, “Look, Mr. Ahmet (Hakan) is doing what is necessary” said.

The statements in question became the agenda on social media.

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AHMET HAKAN: I HAVE ALWAYS DONE AND WILL DO

Finally, Ahmet Hakan, editor-in-chief of Hürriyet newspaper, which is known for its closeness to the government, evaluated Erdogan’s statement to Selvi in ​​the joint broadcast of CNN Türk-Kanal D, “Abdülkadir Bey, you will do what is necessary in your column. Ahmet Bey (Hakan) is doing what is necessary”.

Hakan used the following statements in his article titled “I have always done what is necessary, I will, I will”:

“In our interview with President Erdoğan on the Kanal D / CNN Türk joint broadcast … The subject came to the opposition for a while. When persistent questions were asked about the opposition … Erdogan, laughing and showing that he was joking … He made a sentence like ‘he’s doing it’. Because I didn’t think that a joke would be this big, kicked, branched out… I didn’t feel the need to say anything about the subject during the program. They did not stop.

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What I wrote is clear. I have never entered into a fierce opposition criticism by pretending to be a representative of the ruling party. My criticisms of the opposition are mostly constructive criticisms. By the way, I have to say this: From the first day I started my writing life until today… I haven’t written a single letter that I don’t believe in. I always did what my conscience required, I do, I do, I will. Based on my conscience, I didn’t care, I don’t care, I don’t care, I don’t care for who I write.”

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