Long line of 'NO' voters in front of the Turkish consulate in Paris
Thousands of people from Kurdistan and Turkey formed long lines in front of the Turkish Consulate in Paris in order to vote 'NO'.
Democratic Kurdish Society Center and Alevi associations carried voters to the Turkish Consulate in Paris in buses for the upcoming April 16 referendum, and long lines were formed in front of the consulate.
Tens of vehicles left for Paris from the Billiers Le Bel suburb to vote no in the referendum.
Voters from Chalons en Champagne, Nevers and Le Havres also came to the consulate, and gave the message "For people's freedom, we will prevent Erdoğan's dictatorship."
Nearly 6 thousand voters had cast their voted at the Turkish Consulate in Paris yesterday, and this number is expected to increase today.