Tunahan Kuzu, MP for the political party THINK, has announced to resign as party leader.
Kuzu has his supporters Saturday told he is not available as party leader, he announced on his Facebook page. he will quit politics next year after the elections in March.
He calls a rollercoaster in recent years, in a statement on Facebook. “Building a political movement both in Parliament and in local government has a message for groups that are insufficiently heard in politics is exciting. The downside for me as the face of THINK, is that it has a significant impact on my personal life. ”
He says of himself not being able to say the same energy and enthusiasm that he felt able to muster in the establishment of the party in the next election. “The answer I have already found and fixed my decision stands.”
Kuzu says that his work in the House will continue, but the group presidency transfer to Farid Azarkan. Searching and presenting a new party leader and leader rests with the national government.
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