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Hail the wolf on the list of candidates: Austrian Turks celebrated Erdogan’s victory in Vienna

Hail the wolf on the list of candidates: Austrian Turks celebrated Erdogan’s victory in Vienna

After Turkish President Erdogan won the elections, hundreds of Austrian-Turks gathered in Vienna to celebrate together. A salute to the forbidden wolf was often offered. In Austria too, the result was evident with 74 percent of the vote for Turkish citizens living here.

Vienna/Ankara. Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the presidential run-off in Türkiye. This was announced by the state electoral commission in Ankara on Sunday evening. In Vienna, there was a massive electoral party in Favoriten. At about 10 pm, hundreds of Austrian Turks gathered around Reumannplatz to celebrate the victory of despot Erdogan.

Videos on social networks such as Twitter and TikTok showed how revelers waved Turkish flags and images resembling Erdogan, honked their horns and formed a procession.

Forbidden wolf salute

More and more people flocked to Reumannplatz to celebrate Erdogan’s election victory. The surrounding streets were also affected, as well as Triester Strasse and Laxenburger Strasse. Video footage in front of the traditional ice cream shop “Tishi” showing dozens of people “Allah is the greatest” Shouted.

also Wolf salute It has been shown many times. This is a forbidden hand signal in Austria. The Ministry of the Interior has included the wolf salute among Islamic and nationalist symbols banned since 2019. The offense is punishable by up to 4,000 euros.

The majority of Austrian Turks voted for Erdogan

Turkish citizens living in Austria voted overwhelmingly for incumbent President Erdogan in the run-off. About 108,000 Austro-Turks were eligible to vote, and 74 percent of them voted for the autocrat. Once again Erdogan fared much better in Austria than in general. An association close to Erdogan had previously pressured the incumbent in Austria for weeks.

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