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With a margin of two million votes and a percentage of 52.15% against Kemal Kilicdaroglu's 47.85%, Recep Tayyip Erdogan was declared the 13th president of Turkey. However, the fierce confrontations and controversies were not limited only to the interior of the neighboring country, but also went beyond the borders and specifically to Cannes where the Festival is held. The 37-year-old Turkish actress, Merve Dizdar, who won the award for the first female role for her performance in the film "Dry Grasses", decided to make a statement with a feminist content.
"Nurai's character that I play in the film is a woman who fights for her beliefs and her very existence and she pays dearly for it. I had to work for a long time to get to know Nura and understand him. Unfortunately, being a woman in the geographic area where I live requires you to share Nura's feelings from the first day you came into the world. Since my goal was to strengthen the struggle of Nourai and women like her, I dedicate the award I won in Cannes to all my sisters who never give up hope no matter what and to all the souls who are fighting in Turkey. who are waiting to live the good days they deserve" , said the award-winning actress, causing a storm of reactions within the country.
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On the other hand, Kemal Kilicdaroglu did not hesitate to congratulate 36-year-old Dizdar for her kind words. " My heartfelt congratulations to Merve Dizdar, who won the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival. Today we will offer the gift of democracy to all the fighting souls waiting to live the good days they deserve in Turkey."