In Turkey, members of the Commission called for an honest vote count

© Photo : Cumhurbaşkanı Adayı Muharrem INCE Resmi Web SitesiКандидат presidential Muharrem ince’s vote in the early presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey. June 24, 2018In Turkey, members of the Commission called for an honest vote count© Photo : Cumhurbaşkanı Adayı Muharrem INCE Resmi Web Sitesi

The presidential candidate of the Turkish opposition Republican people’s party (CHP), Muharrem ince called on election officials to count votes honestly, in spite of the first results, and said the expectation of good results for yourself.

«As always, the first society will announce the results, starting with those sites and areas where the most votes were given for (Turkey’s President) Tayyip Erdogan, creating the appearance that all voted for him. Again they will do it. No need to believe it. We want fair competition and we are confident that the results will be very good. No matter what they do, we will win,» said inje reporters in Ankara.

He also appealed to the members of the electoral commissions.

«Honestly perform their duties properly, fear no one, we — our lawyers, MPs — ensure that the counting was conducted fairly. In any case do not believe the news that everything is already predetermined. I hope I don’t have to speak out against the election Commission», — said the candidate.

The leader of CHP, Kemal kılıçdaroğlu, in turn, also urged party and public observers are not to leave the areas until then, until you have counted all the votes and will not be stamped on the protocols.

On early presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday on the ballot included names of the current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (from the ruling Party of justice and development), Muharrem ince (from the main opposition Republican people’s party), Selahattin Demirtaş (the Pro-Kurdish Party democracy peoples), Moscow Aksener (from a Good batch), Tamela Karamiloglu (Party of happiness) and Dogu Perincek (from the party «Rodina»). Simultaneously with the presidential, parliamentary elections were held.

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