Aftermath of #TurkeyElections An Islamist leader killed in Diyarbakır, pro-AKP accounts blame PKK

 Even the pro-Hüdapar accounts calls for calm, while pro-AKP accounts try to provoke…

Pro-Kurdish Hizbullah- no relation to Lebanon Hizbullah- Yeni İhya-der Association President Aytaç Baran killed today

Hüdapar partisans attacked journalists after the killing. Here is DHA Agency reporter Canan Altıntaş:

The death toll in the twin bombings at a Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) rally in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakır has risen to three, with 17-year-old Civan Arslan succumbing to his injuries while in a hospital on June 8
The Kurdish problem-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party’s (HDP) last candidate from Diyarbakır, poet Edip Berk, unexpectedly secured a seat in parliament in the June 7 general election, as the candidate before him resigned and the HDP managed to win the city by a landslide.
Selahattin Demirtaş and Şafak Pavey came across each other in the airport. While Pavey congratulated Demirtaş, Demirtaş said, “Together we’ll do better.”
Erdoğan to struggle on despite thumbs down from Turkey’s electorate

Rhetoric suggests he is not minded to abandon executive presidency plan, making new elections within the next three months more likely

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan may be down, but he’s not out. Turkey’s president is a fighter and will not give up easily, despite the slap in the face he received from voters in Sunday’s elections.

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A ticking timer shows how long President Erdoğan has stayed off-air on Turkish broadcasters since the ruling AKP’s surprise loss of its single-party majority
Deputy Prime Minister Yalçın Akdoğan continued to slam the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), accusing the opposition party of being “intolerant and close to criticism.”
Show TV host Melih Altınok and Sabah Daily Newspaper columnist Sevilay Yükselir were dismissed.
The inconclusive result of Turkey’s parliamentary election increases near-term political uncertainty and may aggravate tensions regarding economic policy, Fitch Ratings has said in a statement

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