The most important elections in recent years were held in Turkey today. Millions of voters went to the polls to elect the 13th President of Turkey. The results of this important election were eagerly awaited. The electoral process, which has been on the agenda in the country for a long time, has finally come to an end. Following the completion of the vote count, indeterminate election results were also announced. Erdogan, who received 52 percent of the valid votes, was re-elected president. National Alliance presidential candidate Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu finished the race in second place with 48 percent of the vote.
Türkiye was at the polls today for the most important elections in recent times.
The two candidates who received the most votes in the May 14 elections were fighting for the right to become the new president of Turkey. After the end of the voting process, the process of counting votes began.
Incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the second round.
Erdogan received 49.52 percent of the valid votes in the May 14 presidential elections and the 28th parliamentary elections and became the first person to walk out of the ballot box.
However, as none of the candidates running in the first round were able to obtain an absolute majority of valid votes, for the first time in Turkish history, a presidential election was postponed until the second round. Thus, for the second time this morning, Turkey went to the head of the accused to determine the president.
Erdogan re-elected president due to uncertain election results
The People’s Union candidate received approximately 52 percent of the valid votes in the second round and was re-elected President for the third time.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan will take up his duties, which he will continue for 5 years, with the announcement of the final election results.
After most of the ballot boxes were opened, Erdogan made his first speech on a bus in Istanbul. Starting his speech with singing, Recep Tayyip Erdogan thanked the voters and said:We will be worthy of you!” said.
National Alliance presidential candidate Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu won approximately 48 percent of the vote.
Kılıçdaroğlu was elected on 14 May as the candidate of the opposition bloc with broad participation. However, he fell behind Erdogan in the first round. Between the two names there was a difference of about 2 million 500 thousand votes in favor of Erdogan.
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, who continued his campaign between the two elections, failed to convince voters. Kılıçdaroğlu fell behind Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with 48 percent of the vote in the second round and was not elected president.
Kemal Kılıçdaroglu assessed the results of the elections in Ankara
The Alliance of Nations candidate, who held a press conference in Ankara, asked in his first statement about the uncertain election results to support the continuation of the fight for democracy. He also thanked other Alliance of Nations leaders and voters at the polls.
Kilicdaroglu said:The will of the people to change the authoritarian government appeared.” used phrases. Kılıçdaroğlu’s speech”The main reason for my sadness is the big problems that await the country. We will also face these challenges.” continued his words. Opposition presidential candidate press conference “Our march continues, and here we are! he concluded.
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