AK Party will appeal to the country's Supreme Election Council for a full recount of votes in all 38 districts of Istanbul.
Erdogan wins the presidential election, and his governing AK Party’s alliance with the MHP, the People’s Alliance, secures a majority in parliament.
About 56 million people are eligible to vote in Turkey's historic presidential and parliamentary elections. In a first, mobile voting booths are available for the handicapped, as well as the elderly.
Turkey is home to millions of migrants and refugees, especially Syrians. As politicians create policies that have an impact on migrants and refugees, these communities hope for a favourable outcome in the elections.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared live on TRT World and spoke about the upcoming elections, his plans for streamlining the government, and what awaits Turkey after the elections.
Russia and Turkey have managed to build a pragmatic relationship despite diverging interests and a historical regional rivalry. It's in both countries interest that it survives past elections.
An unpredictable politician, Bahceli is once again at the center of power politics. What makes him so significant?
The US-Turkey relationship has always had ups and downs, but the two countries have several shared interests that should keep the relationship solid at its core, especially after Turkey goes to the polls.
Turkey's political discourse has markedly changed from previous elections. The need to gather a popular majority for a presidential candidate is forcing parties to broaden their appeal with more inclusive messaging.
A total of 260,733 Turkish expatriates have cast their vote at foreign missions and custom gates so far in the June 24 presidential and parliamentary elections.
With election activities in full swing, party flags, posters and campaign tents of political parties across Istanbul portray a contentious political atmosphere ahead of Turkey's upcoming polls.
Around 60 million Turks will head to the polls on June 24 to choose their new president and parliament members. If no presidential candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote in the first run, the run-off will be held on July 8.
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