Erdogan did not win, there will be a second round /UPDATED/

After counting 92% of ballots in the Turkish presidential elections, the number of votes for Erdogan fell below 50% and continues to fall.

According to official data from the Central Election Commission at midnight, 49.76% voted for Erdogan, 44.49% for Kılıçdaroglu.

This means that there will be a second round of voting. -0-

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2023 May 14 (Sunday) 23:33:29

Opposition: Kılıçdaroglu leads the elections with 47.42%, Erdoğan has 46.8% /UPDATED/

Ankara's opposition mayor Mansour Yavas said that the current Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is currently gaining 46.8% of the vote in the presidential elections on Sunday, the opposition candidate Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu is ahead of him with 47.42%. It is reported by TASS.

According to Yavash, the opposition has "clear data" with 91,913 (out of 192,000) ballot boxes.

“Kilichdaroglu has 11.4 million, or 47.42%. Erdogan has 11.27 million votes, or 46.8%. Not yet received all the results from the sites in Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir. I think everything will end in the first round, ”said Yavash.

Earlier, Istanbul Mayor Ekrem Imamoglu said that the current results of the presidential elections held on Sunday in Turkey show that the victory will go to a single opposition candidate, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.

He stressed that it is necessary to ignore the information on the elections of the official Anatolian Agency, which, as Imamoglu said, "holds them and distorts them."

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2023 May 14 (Sunday) 22:49:12

Erdogan leads in elections after counting 70% of votes 

Baku / 14.05.23 / Turan: According to preliminary data, Erdogan is leading the presidential elections in Turkey.

After processing 70.39% of the ballots, the incumbent head of state Recep Tayyip Erdogan is leading with 51.1%. His main competitor - Kemal Kilicdaroglu is gaining 42.96%, reports TRT Haber.

To win in the first round, you need to score over 50%. -0-

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