Turkey voted 'Yes' in a historic democratic referendum to approve constitutional reforms that would set the stage for the country's transition from a parliamentary system to a presidential system of governance.
International media reacts to ‘Yes’ vote
Some international media called Turkey's 'Yes' win the "end of Turkish democracy." The "Yes" camp won 51.41% against "No" 48.59% in the constitutional referendum.
Dispute over Turkey’s referendum results continues
TRT World's Managing Editor Resul Serdar Atas says he hasn't seen any substantial reports of electoral fraud in Turkey.
Referendum results watch party: A family tradition
Like many Turkish families, the Cinarlis gathered together to eat, drink tea, and watch the referendum results come in.
Interview with TRT World Editor Ahmed al Burai on Turkey's referendum
An interview with TRT World Editor-at-Large Ahmed al Burai about Turkey referendum.
Turkey Votes Yes: Reaction to Turkey's Yes Vote from Europe
Some three million expatriates were eligible to vote - with half of them residing in Germany. And those supporting the no campaign expressed their disappointment with the final result. TRT World's Nicole Johnston, who's in Berlin, has more on the reaction from Germany and Europe.
Turkey Votes Yes: Reaction in Turkey to "Yes" victory in referendum
Our correspondents Ediz Tiyansan, Andrew Hopkins and Ali Mustafa bring the latest developments and reactions from Istanbul, Izmir and Diyarbakir respectively.
Turkey Votes Yes: Reactions to the Yes victory in Turkey's referendum
TRT World's political correspondent Hasan Abdullah brings the latest from the Turkish capital Ankara on the reaction of the main opposition party, CHP, to the YES victory in Turkey's referendum and on the latest on Turkey's referendum result.
Voting scenes in Turkey’s referendum made rounds on social media
Nearly 50 million people voted on Sunday across Turkey in the constitutional referendum. Here is a look at those who took part in the historic vote and shared their experience on social media.
Turkey Votes Yes: Voters give president expanded powers
Turkish citizens have voted YES in favour of moving to a presidential system in a historic referendum on Sunday. Shamim Chowdhury takes a look at how the referendum unfolded on Sunday night.
Ahmed Al Burai weighs in on the historic referendum
TRT World's Editor-at-large Ahmed Al Burai speaks about Turkey's historic referendum.
Turkey's High Electoral Board confirms "Yes" won the referendum
Turkey's High Electoral Board chief Sadi Guven said the final result in Sunday's referendum would be announced in 11-12 days.
Turkey’s opposition CHP leader reacts to referendum results
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu criticised the conduct of the referendum but said he would respect the will of the people.
"Yes" voters in Ankara celebrate Turkey's referendum result
TRT World’s Hasan Abdullah is in the Turkish capital where the "Yes" camp is celebrating victory in the referendum installing an executive presidency.
Turkey votes 'Yes' in historic referendum. What's next?
Jacob Shapiro, director of analysis for geopolitical forecaster @GPFutures, explains what Turkey's 'No' vote in the April 16 referendum means for the country and region.
What’s on Twitter about Turkey’s referendum?
Turkey's Choice: Final day of campaigning
After weeks of hard campaigning, both the 'Yes' and 'No' sides are looking forward to when Turkish citizens cast their votes and determine the future shape of their country.
Turkey's Choice: CHP confident of no vote in Izmir
Turkey's third largest city Izmir is also the stronghold of the country's main opposition party, the CHP. A party confident that majority of voters there will vote 'No' in the referendum.
Polls open for Turkey's historic referendum
The first polls have opened across eastern Turkey for a referendum which will shape the future of the country.
Diyarbakir votes in Turkey's constitutional referendum
TRT World's Ali Mustafa looks at the voting process in the city of Diyarbakir as people vote "yes" or "no" on whether Turkey should move to a presidential system.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu votes in the referendum
The constitutional referendum is an exercise of democratic rights, Cavusoglu said after he cast his vote.
CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu votes in Turkey’s referendum
"It is a historic day for Turkey," he said in Ankara.
Turkey's leaders vote in referendum
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, and others cast their vote in the historic April 16 referendum.
Turkey's Choice: Turkey's President Erdogan and CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu vote
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has cast his vote in Istanbul in the country's constitutional referendum. The poll will decide whether the country will change from a parliamentary system to a presidential one. The leader of the main opposition CHP party said it was a historic day for Turkey. Up to 3 million Turks abroad have already cast their ballots.
Turkey's Choice: Referendum voting under way across Turkey
Our correspondents are stationed all across the country: Hasan Abdullah is in Ankara, and we have Ediz Tiyansan in Istanbul. Andrew Hopkins is standing by in the coastal city of Izmir and Ali Mustafa is in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir.