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  • 2023 Turkey Election Updates
  • Turkey Election
    The 2023 Turkish general election was held on 14 May 2023, alongside presidential elections, to elect the members of the 28th Parliament of Turkey and the President of Turkey. The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its ally the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) won the parliamentary election, while President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan won the presidential election in the first round.

    The election was held under a new electoral system that was introduced in 2017. The new system, which is known as the "presidential system", abolished the parliamentary system and replaced it with a system in which the president has more power. The new system also introduced a two-round system for presidential elections.

    The AKP and the MHP campaigned on a platform of continued economic growth and stability. They also promised to continue to support Turkey's role in the fight against terrorism. The opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) campaigned on a platform of economic reform and social justice. They also promised to improve Turkey's relations with the European Union.

    The election was closely contested, with the AKP and the CHP neck and neck in the polls. In the end, the AKP and the MHP won the parliamentary election with 49.38% of the vote, while the CHP won 35.16% of the vote. In the presidential election, Erdoğan won with 51.79% of the vote, while his main rival, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu of the CHP, won 42.51% of the vote.

    The 2023 Turkish general election was a significant event in Turkish politics. It marked the first time that the AKP had won a parliamentary election without a majority of the vote. It also marked the first time that Erdoğan had won a presidential election in the first round. The election results suggest that the AKP and Erdoğan remain popular among Turkish voters, despite the country's economic problems.

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