Massive celebrations in Türkiye after President Erdogan won a new term

Turkish President Erdogan won the second round of the presidential elections today, Sunday, and celebrated after counting the votes, while Erdogan’s supporters began to celebrate his expected victory, with a record participation of 83.99 percent, to assume a third presidential term for the next five years, ending in 2028.

And the Turkish Anatolia Agency had stated that the preliminary results of counting about half of the votes in the second round of the presidential race show the progress of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

According to the government agency, counting 49.4 percent of the total votes showed Erdogan’s lead with 56.4 percent, while Kilicdaroglu won 43.6 percent.

The counting of votes in the first round had initially shown Erdogan’s lead by a large margin, which quickly diminished with the counting of voter votes in areas loyal to Kilicdaroglu.

On Sunday evening, tens of thousands of Turks took to the streets of Istanbul to celebrate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s victory in the Turkish presidential elections.

In turn, the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, on Sunday congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his victory in the presidential elections.

And Prince Tamim said in a tweet: “My dear brother Recep Tayyip Erdogan, congratulations on your victory, and I wish you success in your new term, and that you achieve in it what the brotherly Turkish people aspire to in terms of progress and prosperity, and for the strong relations of our two countries to further development and growth,” according to the Anadolu Agency.

The voting process in the run-off for the presidential elections in Turkey ended at 17:00 (GMT +3), Sunday, after starting at eight in the morning.

Excerpts from the first phase of the elections

The candidate of the People’s Alliance, current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan,

and the candidate of the Nation’s Alliance, the head of the Republican People’s Party, Kamal Melejdaroglu, competed in the run-off


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