Arab and international From 2017-05-28 at 19:38 (Baghdad time)
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that "we will not allow repeated attempts at coups targeting Turkey and its unity," adding that "we will make important changes in the Justice and Development Party and our youth will have centers that have reached a difficult road and full of obstacles." This people and all the needs of Muslims across the world will not stop this march. "
In a speech to the plenary meeting to stop Ansar in Istanbul, Erdogan said that "Turkey moved to the presidential system and the new phase increased that" the cessation of supporters and the rest of the endowments will be all the responsibility of our responsibilities towards the people and increased the quality of our future goals, Defends the Turkish people.
Erdogan said the young people who resisted the coup attempt were not like the youths who took to the streets during the events in Gaze Park and sought to destabilize the country to serve an external agenda.
He stressed that they began to change the curriculum in the country in an effort to bridge the gap between the people on the one hand and history and culture on the other.
This came in a speech delivered by Erdogan during his participation in the founding meeting of the Turkish "Ansar" (non-governmental) in Istanbul.
"There is still a lack of ways to prepare generations for the future, which is a popular demand and a national need," he added.
"We have just begun to change the curricula that were put in place before to deflect our language, our history and our forefathers," Erdogan said.
He pointed to the great role played by Turkish youth in shaping the future of the country. In this regard, Erdogan discussed their role in confronting the failed coup attempt on July 15.
"Turkey's vision for 2053 is not a wish, it is one of the goals that young people are seeking to achieve in this country," he stressed.
Erdogan promised young people to give them the opportunity to hold leadership positions within the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and participate in the country's electoral entitlements, calling on them to prepare themselves to be responsible and confident.