Sedat Peker, the leader of the organized crime organization, who promised to reveal what he knew with documents before the elections, ‘digital isolation’He retweeted the posts that said that should be removed.
Peker, who is located in the United Arab Emirates, made allegations about the government, especially Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu, in the videos and tweets he published last year, which caused national outrage.
When the government fixed relations with the UAE administration, Peker first ‘social media restriction’ had been brought. Peker, on August 1, “Wait for me two months before the election. I will make you unable to go out” he said.
After this, it was stated that the pressure on Peker increased even more, while Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu went to the UAE on 29 November 2022. ‘security mechanism’ had established.
Soylu’s visit to Peker’s close circle “He came specially for my return.” he commented had been reported.
Sources stated that even Peker liking and retweeting tweets was prohibited, otherwise he could be handed over to Turkey.
Cemal Enginyurt retweeted
After President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan pointed to May 14 as the election date, Peker said: ‘isolate’ He started retweeting the posts that should be removed and withdrawing them in a short time.
In this way, Peker retweeted the post of Democratic Party (DP) Army Deputy Cemal Enginyurt on January 19th. The aforementioned share of Enginyurt is as follows:
“Two months before the election Those waiting for Sedat Peker to share documents and information. First of all, opposition parties seem to be impossible to share before the digital isolation is lifted. So I’m calling once again. Let’s reach, warn and persuade the UAE government. REMOVE THE DIGITAL ISOLATION.”
Meanwhile, Peker’s lawyer, Ersan Barkın, quoted a tweet that Peker would begin to share the documents he had in March, and said: “While under house arrest, the de facto so-called digital isolation ‘conditions unchanged’ I have tried to explain many times that it is not possible for him to share anything. But I guess I didn’t succeed.”