99 percent of Turkiye's referendum polls open: YES 51.2, NO 48.8


99 percent of Turkiye's referendum polls open: YES 51.2, NO 48.8

Added date : 2017-04-16 18:48

NEWS CENTER - In the referendum made for Presidential System, 99 percent of the polls have opened. According to this YES 51.2 percent and NO 48.8 percent came out.

99 percent of Turkiye's referendum polls open: YES 51.2, NO 48.8

Results have announced after the referendum ended in Turkiye. Accordingly, YES voting rate is 51.2 percent, and NO is 48.8 percent.

The voting process started at 07.00 in 32 provinces of the East and South East of Turkiye and ended at 16.00. In other provinces, voting started at 08.00 hours was completed as of 17.00, whereas the distribution of votes according to some provinces is as follows:

Istanbul YES 48.66 percent, NO 51.34 percent; Ankara YES 48.86 percent, 51.14 percent is NO; Diyarbakır YES is 32.42 percent, NO 67.58; İzmir YES 31.22 percent, NO 68.78 percent; Konya YES 72.88 percent, NO 27.12 percent; Kayseri YES 67.75, NO 33.25; Bingöl YES 72.67 percent, NO 27.33; Erzurum YES 74.50 percent, NO 25.50 percent; Trabzon YES 66.47 percent, NO 33.53 percent; Gaziantep YES 62.46, NO 37.24. (ILKHA)

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