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Erdogan re-elected as Turkey's President

President Recap Tayyip Erdogan has announced his victory in the Turkish Presidential election.

Erdogan received 52.55% of the vote with over 96.16% votes counted in Turkey's presidential election on Sunday, broadcasters said.

Tayyip Erdogan's AK party has gained 57%  of votes in Parliamentary elections, whereas, the opposition's CHP is running second with 30.8% of votes. 

AK party-led People's alliance is also winning big in the polls, as AK Party, MHP and BBP have acquired 58.3 per cent votes so far with the vote count approaching towards the finish. After the results were announced, Erdogan declared his victory. But, the Turkish opposition spokesman believes the Presidential election will enter second round based on party data.

Muharrem Ince, Erdogan's main opposition candidate, is chasing behind with 30.7 per cent nationwide, television channels said.

According to Turkish election laws, if no candidate wins more than 50 per cent of votes, a second round run-off will be held on July 8.

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