Publish dateMonday 29 May 2023 - 09:27
Story Code : 270843
Erdogan after winning the presidential election; Turkish people are winning the elections
After announcing his victory in the second round of the Turkish presidential election, Recep Tayyip Erdogan considered the people the main winner of the election and thanked each and every one of them.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Erdogan declared the 85 million population of Turkey the winner of the election on the evening of Sunday May 28, 2023, in the meeting of his supporters in Istanbul city, appreciating the participation of all the people in the second round of the elections and the high participation of the people in voting inside and outside the country and thanked each and every Turkish people who entrusted him with the responsibility of managing the country in the next five years.
According to Iran Press, he considered today's result as a lesson for Kılıçdaroğlu and said: I believe that he lost the result because of the deputies and companions he chose for himself during the election competition.
The preliminary results of the counting of all the ballot boxes of the second round of the Turkish elections show that Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the candidate of the presidential coalition, has won the 13th term of the Turkish presidential election by winning nearly 27 million votes, equivalent to 52.11% of the popular vote.
Kamal Kılıçdaroğlu, the candidate of the National Coalition and Erdoğan's opponent, has also lost in the second round of the Turkish presidential election by winning about 24,800,000 votes.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the current president of Turkey, was once again able to seize the presidency for a five-year term after defeating his rival Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu in the elections.
The first round of the election, which was held on May 14 between three candidates including Erdogan, Kilicdaroglu and Sinan Oghan, did not reach a clear result and none of the candidates could win more than 50% of the votes, and the second round of the election between the top two candidates.
The first round of elections ended with the result of 49.51% of votes for Erdogan and 44.8% for Kilicdaroglu. Finally, the Islamist Erdogan was able to defeat his rival Kilicdaroglu with a middle-left and secular tendency.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan is considered the beating heart of political decisions in Türkiye. This 69-year-old politician served as the mayor of Istanbul from 1994 to 1998 and later became one of the most powerful presidents of this country. He founded the Justice and Development Party in 2001 and brought this party to power a year later.
Erdogan was the prime minister from 2003 to 2014, then became the president and expanded his position in the Turkish political structure in a large way. Erdogan enshrined his expanded powers in the constitution following a 2017 referendum. He currently controls more politics, administration and the judiciary than any other Turkish leader in the last 100 years. In 2012, Erdogan criticized the separation of the three forces as an "obstacle".
In recent years, Erdogan has come under political pressure due to the economic crisis and increasing restrictions in the fields of human rights and the rule of law. The party led by him and his allies won the majority in the parliamentary elections on May 14.
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