Türkiye went to the polls to elect the President and 28th term MPs. The voting process started at 08:00 am and ended at 05:00 pm, while the Supreme Electoral Council (YSK) lifted the broadcasting ban. While the election results, which millions of people are eagerly waiting for, are becoming clear, the first data on the presidential vote rates are coming...
Number of ballot boxes opened: 97.6 percent
Recep Tayyip Erdogan: 49.4 percent
Kemal Kilicdaroglu: 45.0 percent
Sinan Ogan 5.2 percent
In the historic election taking place on the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Türkiye, 3 candidates are competing for the Presidency. The People's Alliance, consisting of AK Party, MHP, BBP and Yeniden Refah, supports President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Hudapar and DSP, which are not in the alliance, also announced their support for Erdogan.
The candidate of the Nation Alliance, known as the Six Table, is Kemal Kilicdaroglu. Kemal Kilicdaroglu is supported by the CHP, IYI Party, DEVA, Future, Democratic Party and Felicity Party. In addition, the Labor and Freedom Alliance, led by the HDP, had decided to support Kemal Kliicdaroglu by not fielding a candidate.
The last candidate competing in the Presidential Elections is Sinan Ogan, the candidate of the ATA Alliance. With the results of the May 14, 2023 Presidential Election, the candidate who gets 50+1 percent among the 3 candidates will become the 13th President.
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