Poll seen as referendum on whether to endow Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with powers that would significantly change Turkish democracy
Only one person has cast a vote for the parliamentary election in the Yolveren village in the southeastern province of Batman, as the rest of the villagers were living abroad
Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli cast his vote at the Çankaya Anıttepe Secondary School in Ankara
HDP co-chair said the election campaign was difficult and he hoped the elections results will bring a new constitution
theguardian.com – Constanze Letsch – Jun 6, 6:54 AM – In the towns and villages of south-eastern Turkey, Kurdish clan leaders have long experience of dealing with disputes. In mediation practices going back hundreds of years, they have perfected conflict resolution techniques to negotiate rivalries
More than 53.7 million voters head to the polls on June 7 for a crucial parliamentary election in Turkey. The turnout in several provinces is higher than average, according to Turkish media. Here are the live updates
More than 53.7 million Turkish voters head to the polls on June 7, for the parliamentary election, which has been regarded as a key poll that will determine the country’s future.
Turkish PM has announced that a suspect has been detained over the June 5 bomb attack at a HDP rally in Diyarbakır