Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stated that the country would hold general elections on May 14.
The time has come, and the people will do all possible on May 14, Erdogan declared during an address to the ruling Justice and Development Party.
The Habertürk TV channel recently announced, using its own sources, that due to a series of severe earthquakes that have struck the country, general elections could be postponed for six months to a year.
The Supreme Electoral Commission (YSK), according to the journal, will offer a corresponding plan at the request of the ruling party.
Commenting on the same subject, presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin indicated a trend toward scheduling general elections in May, unless a reversal of political consensus occurs in the following days.