The election is over, the excitement of the promises of Istanbul residents has taken over: Now the eyes are on the promises made for Istanbul ... Very important projects are expected to be implemented for the megacity that is included in the election manifesto of the AK Party, which came to power alone.
According to the unofficial results of 1 November General Elections in Istanbul; The AK Party won the first place with 4 million 379 bin 58. AK Party, respectively, the 2 million 735 thousand 969 CHP votes, 903 bin 542 HDP votes and 772 bin 211 MHP votes followed.
AK Party in Istanbul with the 46 MPs has achieved success in 2011. According to the previous election HDP 4, MHP 2 lost the chair, while the CHP in Istanbul, 28 retained the number of deputies.
After the November elections in 1 where the AK Party came to power alone and increased its votes in Istanbul, it is expected that the promises related to Istanbul in the election declaration of the party will be realized.
The promises made in the 7 pre-June election declaration and in the discourses of the AK Party politicians, especially giant projects were highlighted.
-Democracy and the Island of Freedoms Project with the establishment of the Yassıada Courts Yassıada and Sivriada, Democracy and the Island of Freedoms will be converted.
- Museums, congress centers, conference halls, restaurants and accommodation facilities will be built.
- Another project promised in Istanbul was the establishment of national museum complexes and the exhibition of all the valuable artifacts left in the warehouses.
-Regional system network will be developed and ongoing projects will be completed quickly among the pre-election promises.
-Levent-Hisarüstü, Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Dudullu, Kartal-Kaynarca, Kabataş- Mecidiyeköy-Mahmutbey, Bakırköy-Kirazlı, Kaynarca- Sabiha Gökçen, Marmaray Rail System Projects are expected to be completed in a short time.
-The promises to improve the sea transportation include the construction of at least 2 Ro-Ro terminals on the North-South axis in the Sea of Marmara and thus reducing the traffic load on the gulf and the Bosphorus bridges.