Türkiye’s Supreme Election Council lifts ban on publishing ballot processing data from elections

Türkiye's Supreme Election Council has lifted the ban on publishing ballot processing data from presidential and parliamentary elections, Chairman of the Supreme Electoral Council (CEC) Ahmet Yener said, Trend reports.

Turkish President, Head of Justice and Development Party (AKP) Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Fatherland Union candidate Sinan Ogan and Republican People's Party (CHP) chairman Kemal Kilicdarogu stand as candidates in the elections.

In addition, 600 deputies in 87 constituencies will be elected to the Turkish Grand National Assembly. 24 parties and 151 independent candidates participate in the elections.

Türkiye has had over 191,000 ballot boxes installed. There have been over 60.6 million registered voters in the country. About 5 million of them voted for the first time.

Source: Trend News Agency