On March 31, Turkey held local
elections throughout the country.
With a recorded turnout of
84.7%, over 48 million of 57 million
eligible voters exercised
their democratic rights.
This info pack aims to provide the necessary information
regarding the objection process in Turkey’s
election system. Firstly, the structure of Turkey’s
Supreme Election Board will be examined in detail.
Secondly, the objection process will be examined
step by step. Thirdly, the electoral process in Istanbul
and objections to the results in the city will be
given in detail, including the statements of the political
parties. Lastly, examples from other cities will be
given to better explain the objection process of the
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