Urgent results of the Turkish elections.. Erdogan is close to seizing the presidency again

The results of the primary Turkish elections revealed that the candidate, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is close to seizing the Turkish presidency, after he advanced in the votes by 51.5%, after counting 61% of the ballot boxes, and thus Erdogan becomes ahead of his rival Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, who got 42.61. %.

The proportions of other competitors for the Turkish presidency were weak, as Muharram Ince got less than 1% of the vote, while Sinan Ogan got 5.32%.

Turkish elections.. Erdogan comments on the voting process

Erdogan comments on the voting process

The candidate of the ruling People’s Alliance, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, wrote through his personal account on Twitter: “Dear comrades on the path and the cause.. The voting process took place in a manner befitting our democracy, and praise be to God.”

He added, “Now, as always, it is time to follow up on the results of the ballot boxes, and until we reach the final results, we continue to protect the will of our nation and our people.”

Kilicdaroglu questions the results of the Turkish primary elections

Turkish primary election results

Presidential candidate Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu questioned the results of the Turkish primary elections, which were reported by the official news agency “Anatolia”, and showed the progress of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, stressing that he is in the lead.

Oglu wrote on his official account on Twitter: “Leaders.”

For his part, Mansour Yavas, mayor of the Turkish capital, Ankara, called on the Turks not to rely on the election results reported by the official “Anatolia” news agency, which showed Erdogan’s progress by more than 50%.

Turkish elections

The Turkish elections are crucial and important, as they come in light of political, economic, and security tensions at the internal and external levels, after Turkey went through the devastating earthquake that hit it last February, which resulted in hundreds of victims and injuries, and the destruction of many homes, so the Turkish people look forward to these elections. To improve the economic and social life of citizens and to promote individual freedoms, human rights and democracy in the country.

Turkey is witnessing many challenges, most notably: (the depreciation of the Turkish lira, the decline in living standards), and during these events the candidates try to win the trust of the Turkish people and achieve their aspirations to build a better future for the country.

The number of eligible voters to cast their votes in the Turkish elections is more than 64 million people, including 3.4 million voters abroad.