Turkish election officials on Wednesday officially confirmed main opposition CHP candidate Ekrem Imamoglu's win as the "mayor of Istanbul" in the March 31 disputed local election, following a recount of the votes. The ruling…
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Turkish election officials on Wednesday officially confirmed main opposition CHP candidate Ekrem Imamoglu's win as the "mayor of Istanbul" in the March 31 disputed local election, following a recount of the votes. The ruling party vows to appeal the election results after losing the country's largest city.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday cast doubt on results showing his ruling party's candidate narrowly lost the election for Istanbul mayor, saying there had been "theft at the ballot box".
Turkish electoral authorities on Wednesday recounted votes in more than a dozen Istanbul districts after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AKP challenged results giving the opposition a narrow victory in a weekend election.
After a frenetic campaign with multiple daily rallies across Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's AKP lost the major cities including Istanbul in Sunday's local elections, leaving the ruling party damaged but not beyond repair, analysts said.
After much fuss and wrangling, Turkey's Supreme Election Council confirmed that opposition candidate Ekrem Imamoglu won more votes than his rival from President Erdogan's party. The opposition won mayoral cities in major big cities, including Ankara.
Turkey's voters registered their disapproval of President Erdogan's governance style and fear-mongering by electing opposition candidate in Ankara. Istanbul remains contested amid ongoing controversy.
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