The High Electoral Board said it would accept ballots which have not been stamped "valid" by officials. The opposition CHP has slammed the decision.
Turkey's President Erdogan, Prime Minister Yildirim and CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu cast their ballots in their respective constituencies. Polls have closed and with 85% of the vote counted, "Yes" is at 53%.
An in-depth exploration of the constitutional changes that Turkey's citizens will be voting on in the upcoming referendum from TRT World's Managing Editor, Editor-at-Large and legal team.
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Parliamentarians from three main political parties explain why they will vote "yes" or "no" in the upcoming referendum.
The feud between the Turkish and Dutch government might have more to do with a rivalry for conservative votes in the Netherlands, than it does with the Turks' right to campaign in the country.
No injuries or casualties were reported in the attacks on the Justice and Development Party's office and the police headquarters.
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