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Monday, October 24, 2016

Media: Erdogan threatens to resign because of the counterfeit diploma about higher education

Sensational publication was noted by the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The reporters found that the higher diploma of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may be a fake. If the information is confirmed, this could cause the impeachment of the Erdogan, because under Turkish law, people without higher education can not become President.

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The report says the Kurdish opposition people’s democratic party (PDP) has demanded to provide a notarized copy of a University diploma Erdogan, who’s never been seen before. This copy was provided by the Supreme electoral Commission on 10 June, two years after the election.

However, it now appears that the diploma Erdogan may be a fake. The document States that he graduated from Marmara University in 1981. However, according to media reports, a University in Turkey was established only in 1982. Therefore to end it a year earlier, Erdogan could not.

On top of that the University leadership failed to present evidence that Erdogan was there.

According to Turkish laws, the presidency can only take people who have received higher education. Now Erdogan can sue, and there is perhaps removal from office.

Reporters also noted that Erdogan graduated from a religious College, which trains imams. With all the education he could be admitted to the University, the faculty of theology, and in the paper says that Erdogan is graduated from the faculty of Economics and administration.

Now the opposition is waiting for an official explanation from the Minister of education of Turkey.

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