According to statistics published by the Turkish news agency “Anatolia”, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won 49.47% of the vote, while Kilicdaroglu obtained 44.79% of the vote, after counting 98.13% of the ballot boxes .
Erdogan had criticized the opposition’s haste in announcing the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections, as he said in a tweet on Twitter: “While the elections were held in a positive and democratic atmosphere and in conjunction with the continuation of the counting of the votes, the attempt to proclaim the results hastily (by the opposition) means usurpation.” national will.
He added that the conduct of the presidential and legislative elections, in the form of a great democratic celebration dominated by peace and tranquility, is an expression of Turkey’s democratic maturity.
And he added: “I ask all my friends and colleagues to stay at the polls, no matter what, until the results are officially announced.”
And he added: “I congratulate all the citizens who voted in the name of democracy and participated in the electoral work, and I express my gratitude to each of them”, according to “Anatolia”.
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