Erdewan Re-Elected 53 Percent Of The Votes

Recep Tayyip Erdouan, elected for the second term, won the Turkish election. On Monday, the BBC quoted election officials as saying that Erdovan has won the first round of presidential elections.

Head of the Central Election Council of the country, Saadi Govinen said, “President Erdouan has definitely got majority in all the legitimate votes.” But he did not say any further details.

It is said in the media that after 99 percent of the vote count, Erdovan got 53 percent of the votes. His nearest rival, Muharram Inge, got 31 percent votes.

The opposition party has not yet officially accepted the defeat. They said that whatever the outcome, they will continue to fight for democracy.

Muraharam Inge is voting. Photo: Reuters
Muraharam Inge is voting. Photo: Reuters

If Erdogan gets more than 50 percent of total votes in accordance with Turkey’s election method, then he will be declared winner and the second round will no longer be required.

On Sunday, the presidential and parliamentary elections were held on Sunday.

According to the final results, the party of Erdoan is ahead in parliamentary elections.

Erdouan said, “Turkey has taught the whole world a democracy.”

Rejoicing of the supporters of Erdoğan. Photo: Reuters
Rejoicing of the supporters of Erdoğan. Photo: Reuters

The BBC reported that Erdouan was the 11th Prime Minister of the year before becoming president in 2014. Emergency situation continues in the country since a failed coup in Turkey in 2016.

Erdouan competes for the second term as president. The change made by the Turkish constitution has given the President new and extensive powers.

Candidates participating in the presidential election. Photo: AFP
Candidates participating in the presidential election. Photo: AFP

Critics argue that, in this, a large power will be centralized in one’s hands. In Turkey, there is a shortage of balance between executive powers such as France or the United States.

According to the state media, 87 percent voters voted in this election.

Erdovan said, ‘I hope no one will try to shade the result.’

In some reports, it has been said that the opposition party has accepted defeat by sending a message to the journalist, But it is not yet confirmed.

Inge, after declaring the official results of the vote, will respond.

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