Generation Z is betting on a future without Erdogan

“I will vote for someone who treats Turks, Kurds, Alawites, and Arabs as equals… and is able to implement the deep reforms that our political and economic system needs. We need change and we want it now,” says Esen Enis. She graduated in economics from Mardin University, and works as a waitress in a cafeteria in Diyarbakir, in the east of the country, but even with her extra salary, the family cannot make ends meet. Esen is part of the so-called Generation Z, those who They were born around the year 2000 and who add up to 13 million among more than 64 million voters who since their birth have only known Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan …. See more

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