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Sagar Media Inc – Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is leading the polls with more than 90 percent of ballot boxes opened. But observers and opposition parties have warned of irregularities at polling stations across the country.
State media reported that Recep Tayyip Erdogan had picked up 52.8 percent of the vote with more than 95 percent of the ballot boxes opened. His nearest rival, Muharrem Ince, garnered 30.8 percent.
Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) picked up 42 percent of the vote with more than half of the ballots counted in the parliamentary elections. The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has so far garnered 23 percent.
The pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) has picked 11 percent, just making it to enter parliament. Voter turnout was 87.5 percent for the presidential and parliamentary elections.
But the CHP has accused state media of manipulating public perception by publishing figures, saying that only a fraction of ballots cast have even been entered into the electoral commission’s vote counting database.
“Don’t believe the figures you see on the TV screens, even if the number of boxes opened reached 100 percent,” said CHP lawmaker Mustafa Balbay. “It’s vital that we see the number of valid votes.”
Erdogan on way to be President of Turkey as 60 percent of votes counted. The recipients are following R Recep Tayyip Erdogan: 55.88 percent Muharrem Ince: 28.97 percent Meral Aksener: 7.45 percent. Selahattin Demirtas: 6.49 percent.
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Erdogan, who has led the country over the past 15 years, has been reelected.
The victory gives him more power than ever under new constitutional provisions.
Vote counting in Sunday’s presidential election is almost complete, with Erdogan garnering more than 52 percent.
Erdogan said on Sunday night at a news conference that the Turkish people have shown the way the nation should take, and that he would move forward with them.
The constitution was amended in April last year to abolish the post of prime minister and concentrate power in the presidency. The new constitution will take effect now that the election is over.
Erdogan has been criticized in and out of the country for his increasingly heavy-handed style of governing.
He’s known to be a vocal critic of Western countries.
On Syrian issues, he leaned toward Russia and Iran which hold different views from Western countries.
With his enhanced power, Erdogan is expected to have a significant influence on the region.NHK
Shortly after polls opened, reports of voting irregularities emerged, including multiple instances in which election monitors were arrested or kept away from polling stations.