Erdoğan the 12th President… Davutoğlu maybe the next PM…

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan becomes Turkey’s first popularly elected president, taking 51.7 percent of the vote to win the polls in the first round
Turkey’s Premier Is Proclaimed Winner of Presidential Election

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, seeking to retain power despite a term limit in his current post, took 52 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results
ANALYSIS – With Erdoğan’s election as president, politics in Ankara is now focused on the next prime minister and chairman of the AKP, who is expected to be announced by Erdoğan in the coming days
VIDEO: Turkey’s Erdogan claims victory

Outgoing Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan thanks his supporters after winning his country’s first direct presidential election.


‘All of Turkey has won today,’ Erdoğan said in his victory speech, vowing to a start a ‘new era of social reconciliation by leaving old disputes in the Old Turkey’

LIVE: Erdoğan is Turkey’s first directly elected president: Unofficial results

‘We will continue to serve our nation for a better democracy and to make the resolution process rein,’ Erdoğan said in brief victory speech
Although last in the race, Demirtaş shown signs that the Kurdish movement could embrace larger parts of society
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58Abdullah Bozkurt ‏@abdbozkurt  2h Clear manipulation from Erdoğan loyalist govt agency AA in contrast to Cihan in reporting results 10 minutes apart
Erdogan emerging victorious in Turkish elections amid low turnout

Landmark presidential elections remain low-key as Turkeys prime minister sets sights on consolidating power
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is set to win the country’s first ever direct presidential election in the first round, state-run Anadolu news agency said Sunday.
Selahattin Demirtas : la force tranquille des Kurdes –

demirtas en familleLa première élection du président de la Turquie au suffrage universel ne m’a vraiment pas passionné. D’abord car je n’aime pas la personnalisation du pouvoir  qui accompagne ce mode de scrutin. Pas plus en France qu’en Turquie. Je trouve bien plus saine la démocratie allemande.

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