ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Speaking to reporters in the capital Ankara, Ünal said a meeting to announce the party’s election candidates will be held on May 25.
Last month, the Turkish parliament passed a bill calling for early elections on June 24.
He also criticized 15 lawmakers of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) who last month joined the newly-formed İYİ (Good) Party to help them run in the elections and later moved back to the CHP.
Ünal also said the party was not planning to hold any rally in Europe except Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s rally in Bosnia, citing the limited time left to the elections as a reason.
On June 24, Turkey will hold both presidential and parliamentary elections.