Erdogan wins most unfair and unjust elections

Erdogan wins most unfair and unjust elections

Supreme Election Board announced results

After many hours, the YSK finally announced results

The President of the Supreme Election Board (YSK), Sadi Güven, has confirmed the results with the 97% of the ballot papers counted that had come trough to the YSK system.

Güven added that “The number of votes that do not enter the system does not affect the results.”

According to the YSK the results for the Presidential elections are as following:

Recep Tayyp Erdogan, 52,50%

Muharrem Ince, 30,60%

Selahattin Demirtas, 8,30

Meral Aksener, 7,30%

Temel Karamollaoglu, 0,80%

Dogu Perincek, 0,20%

As to the Parliamentary elections, results are as follow:

President Alliance: 53,62%

AKP, 42,49% and 293 deputies

MHP, 11,13% and 50 deputies

Nation Alliance: 34,04%

CHP, 22,67% and 146 deputies

IYI, 10,01% and 44 deputies

Saadet, 1,35%

The HDP got 11,62% of the votes and 67 deputies

Other parties: 0,72% and no deputies


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