Swedish website unveils new corruption scandal about Turkey’s Erdogan

The Swedish Nordic Monitor website has recently unveiled that the President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyib Erdogan has stashed his wealth in huge vaults he had made for this purpose and put it in a villa in Istanbul.

In a report prepared by Turkish writer Abdullah Bozkurt, the website said that in 2011, Erdogan ordered that special room-sized vaults be made and he hid them in a basement of a luxury villa behind steel doors of safes similar to bank vaults that can be opened by turning a locked wheel from the outside.

The villa has been the focus of investigations into Erdogan and his inner circle’s corruption in December 2013, after this place was turned into a headquarters where Erdogan and his family members, who have been involved in fraud cases, used to hold meetings. 

 Find more details in this link: https://www.nordicmonitor.com/2020/12/turkeys-president-erdogan-has-huge-custom-built-vaults-to-stash-his-secret-cash-in-the-basement-of-his-villa/ 

Source: Nordic Monitor

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