Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is the new President of Turkey.
Ankara, In the presidential elections in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has won. The opposition is complaining about the counting of votes, but at the same time, the hold of Erdoğan on power has become strong. It is worth mentioning that for 15 years, they are in power. The Turkish voters voted for the first time in the presidential and parliamentary elections.
Erdoğan sat for the full majority for his ruling Justice and Development Party. In the referendum held in April 2017, the new constitution was agreed. Under this, Erdoğan will be the first president who will have the utmost authority without any prime minister. Its Erdoğan firmly supported, but opponents say that this will give the President absolutist powers.
Head of the Top Election Committee (YSK), Syedi said that Erdoğan defeated his closest opponent, Muharram Inc, with absolute majority. In the first phase, they had got more than half the votes, which did not require the second stage. In a message conveyed by his residence in Istanbul, Erdoğan said, “The country has entrusted me with the task and duty of the President while expressing my faith.”
He said that the new presidential system will be implemented rapidly. Indicating 88 percent voting, he said, “Turkey has taught the whole world a lesson of democracy.” According to the report, Erdoğan has 52.5 percent votes in the presidential election on the basis of the count of 99 percent votes. Have met. At the same time, his opponent of secular ‘Republican People’s Party’ (CHP), Muharram inc received 31.7 percent of the votes.