Ahmed Dogan to functionaries: EP elections are crucial to MRF

Ahmed Dogan

These European Parliament elections are of crucial importance to the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) because they pave the way for the party’s successful showing at the next local and general elections in Bulgaria. This was the message sent by the MRF’s honorary chairman Ahmed Dogan in an address to the party’s members and supporters on the eve of the EP vote, the MRF announced. Dogan draws attention to the fact that the MRF has always bet on youth and the future and that is why he asks those who may feel slighted for forgiveness.  

“The MRF cause is too big for us to allow ourselves the luxury of fighting each other and hampering the development of young people and their chance to live more freely in a better world that they have the courage to build for themselves,” Dogan told the functionaries.

Here is the full text of Dogan’s address:

Dear MRF friends!

These European Parliament elections are of crucial importance to the MRF because they pave the way for your successful showing at the next local and general elections in Bulgaria.  

The MRF’s philosophy is based on constant rejuvenation and a steadfast march towards better living conditions and more freedom, responsibility and tolerance.

Since its inception, the MRF has always bet on youth and the future.    

This is why I turn to the disgruntled and the disappointed and say to them: “If mistakes have been made in the recent past, I beg your forgiveness!”

The MRF cause is too big to allow ourselves the luxury of fighting each other and hampering the development of young people and their chance to live more freely in a better world that they have the courage to build for themselves. This choice of vision for future progress is theirs to make. If we want to have a European path of development, we should support and encourage them!

I wish you success in motivating as much of the electorate to vote as possible and getting satisfactory results!    

Be blessed!

Yours sincerely,

Ahmed Dogan

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