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    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Apr 2017, 1:55 am


    International Press



    Zaman Turkish: a majority vote of the Turkish prime minister Fund said "no"

    advanced votes rejecting the constitutional referendum held in Turkey on Sunday, the approval of the votes in the electoral fund , which made the Turkish Prime Minister Ben Ali Yildirim vote, according to the Turkish newspaper Zaman revealed.
    The newspaper reported that Prime Minister Yildirim made his vote on Sunday on the referendum in a school in the town of the city of Izmir , western Menderes Turkey, after counting the votes counted found that the number of votes "No" reached 175, while remained the votes of Yes at a checkpoint 144, while the votes invalid It amounted to 4 out of 323 votes.
    It should be noted that 17 major city in Turkey , said "no" in the constitutional referendum, notably Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir and Antalya.
    Turkey has witnessed on Sunday a referendum on constitutional amendments to expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, resulting in the approval of 51 percent of voters on them, and rejected 49 percent of them, according to official results of non -
    final.
    The opposition said the voting was marred by the facts of fraud and manipulation of the results, especially after the Supreme Election Commission has taken a decision to calculate the electoral papers and envelopes is sealed within the valid votes, although this is in stark contrast to the Turkish election law.




    The Times: Erdogan win modest divides the country

    in the Times newspaper we read a report entitled "Erdogan win a modest section of Turkey," Hanna holds the name of Lucinda Smith from Istanbul.
    It says the report prepared Erdogan , who won 51.3 percent after inventory 99 percent of the vote will be able to amend the constitution in order to cancel the parliamentary system and the establishment of " an executive presidential system."
    Prepared the report considers that this section of Turkey sharply., Critics of amending the constitution that will change the identity of the modern secular Turkey founded by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, as fear of the Islamization of the country.
    Erdogan has been used in his nationalist tone of a militant, and praised the old Ottoman Empire glories.
    Objected to the largest opposition party, the Republican People 's Party, on the results , saying that 60 percent of the votes dubious about them.
    The election commissions had conducted an adjustment in the last hours of the regulations so that the referendum is accepted voting cards is sealed, without any explanation for Doafha.oroy observers that the campaign "Yes" accounted for the bulk of the air and the sources of the state and its resources


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