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Eight international organizations will observe Turkey’s presidential and general elections on June 24, the top Turkish election body announced on June 8.
HDP’s imprisoned Presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtaş will be taken from Edirne to Ankara twice for his election speech.
Eligible voters across Europe have begun to cast their ballots in Turkey’s general election. It is estimated that as many as 3.5 million Turks living abroad can participate in the votes both for
The Supreme Election Board has announced the distribution of MP candidates by gender for June 24 election. The parties who nominated the highest number of women MPs are HDP, İYİ Party, Homeland Party, CHP, AKP, MHP, Felicity Party and HÜDA-PAR respectively.
Part of the three million Turkish citizens living abroad have begun voting on June 7 for the June 24 presidential and general elections at customs gates and foreign missions.

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