Polls closed throughout Turkiye


Polls closed throughout Turkiye

Added date : 2017-04-16 17:12

NEWS CENTER - The referendum on the constitutional amendment to bring the presidential system ended.

Polls closed throughout Turkiye

The polls closed during the referendum on "Referendum of the Constitutional Amendments", in which there were 55 million 319 thousand 222 voters.

The voting process ended at 16.00 in the eastern and south-eastern provinces and ended throughout Turkiye at 17:00.

April 16 referendum results which are considered as a turning point for Turkiye, as in all of Turkiye also in the European countries is eagerly awaiting.

As will be remembered, in the referendum campaign process, voting "no" campaign was extensively carried out in European countries and the leaders and governments of these countries supported these propaganda.

In the period of the war and internal conflicts that are intensely experienced in the Islamic geography, Turkiye is changing its management system. This new term, called the "Presidential Government System", aims to bring down both the cliques in Turkiye and the tutelage system of international forces.

While the results of the referendum are expected to be announced by 21:00, the YSK can take this process to an earlier hour. (Mustafa Kaynak - ILKHA)

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