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    Chaos Erupts After Erdogan Loses Capital In Local Elections, Both Parties Claim Victory

    Chaos erupted late on Sunday when President Erdogan's ruling AKP party was looking certain to lose control of the capital, Ankara, while both AKP and the opposition CHP party claimed victory in Istanbul in the culmination of a critical municipal vote that is testing the popularity of Turkey's executive president. As reported by various news wires, preliminary results showed the opposition flipping the capital Ankara and surrounding areas from Erdogan’s alliance, and taking control of some of Turkey's key Mediterranean coastal cities. In a stunning (or perhaps not, after all this is Turkey) to what appears to be an extreme close vote, even before the final figures were announced, Erdogan’s ally and former prime minister Binali Yildirim said he won the race in Istanbul, Turkey’s commercial hub, a claim rejected by the opposition, which said it won.

    • TURKEY'S BINALI YILDIRIM SAYS HE WON THE RACE IN ISTANBUL
    • TURKEY OPPOSITION'S KILICDAROGLU SAYS WON IN ISTANBUL

    When Yildirim declared victory, the state-run news agency reported a margin of less than 0.1 percentage point between him and his main rival Ekrem Imamoglu. That means that out of some 10 million ballots cast in the city, the difference was about 5,000 votes according to Bloomberg. Adding to the confusion, and calls that Erdogan has stolen the election, when Yildirim spoke, the state-run news agency showed 98.8 percent of votes tallied, and then stopped reporting updated results for Istanbul after he declared victory. The opposition candidate said the result was manipulated and the party’s leader also claimed victory in televised remarks.


    “Turkey’s regime now signals that it won’t give up Istanbul, regardless of vote distribution,” Timur Kuran, professor of economics and political science at Duke University, said on Twitter. It’s the “clearest sign yet that Team Erdogan knows it actually lost Turkey’s biggest city.”
    Despite losing Ankara and perhaps Istanbul, Erdogan's support at the national level was solid, with Erdogan’s AK Party-led alliance receiving 51.7% of the national vote, with 91% of the ballot boxes opened, state-run Anadolu Agency reported. The opposing camp led by the Republican People’s Party, or CHP, had 37.6% while the pro-Kurdish HDP, which is sitting out the races outsides its stronghold in Turkey’s eastern regions, garnered 4%.


    Despite the majority vote for Erdogan's AKP, the opposition claims that shrinking support for Erdogan would mark the beginning of the end of his 16-year rule. The Turkish leader was sworn in with almost untrammeled powers after last year’s general elections that followed a 2017 constitutional amendment to change Turkey’s political framework into an executive presidency from a parliamentary system.
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    Defeat for Erdogan's Islamist-rooted party in Ankara was a significant blow for the president. Losing Istanbul, where he launched his political career and served as mayor in the 1990s, would be an even greater symbolic shock and a broader sign of dwindling support.
    With 99.8 percent of ballot boxes opened in Ankara, CHP mayoral candidate Mansur Yavas had secured 50.9 percent, giving him a 3.8-percentage-point lead over his AKP rival. State-owned Anadolu Agency said the AKP would appeal in some districts of the capital.
    In Istanbul, Turkish TV channels showed that AKP candidate and former Prime Minister Binali Yildirim had the narrowest of leads over his rival Ekrem Imamoglu - 4,000 votes out of 8 million counted - with 98.8 percent of ballot boxes opened.
    Yildirim declared victory, but his claim was challenged by Imamoglu who said CHP data showed he had an unassailable lead.
    In a speech to supporters in Ankara, Erdogan appeared to accept AKP defeat in Istanbul, although he maintained that most neighborhoods in the city were held by his party. "Even if our people gave away the mayorship, they gave the districts to the AK Party," he said.
    The party would appeal results wherever needed, he added.


    Erdogan pledged that Turkey would now focus on its troubled economy in the run-up to national elections in 2023. "We have a long period ahead where we will carry out economic reforms without compromising on the rules of the free-market economy," he told reporters.

    "Today's elections are as historic as that of 1994," prominent journalist Rusen Cakir tweeted, referring to the year Erdogan was elected mayor of Istanbul. "It is a declaration that a page that was opened 25 years ago is being turned."
    As authorities again scrambled to shore up the lira over the past week, Erdogan cast the country's economic woes as resulting from attacks by the West, saying Turkey would overcome its troubles and adding he was "the boss" of the economy.
    Wolfango Piccoli, co-president of Teneo political risk advisers, said the AK Party had lost seven of the country's 12 main cities, even without taking Istanbul into account.
    "It's a bad night for the AK Party," he said. "They have done very poorly in all the economic powerhouses of country. For a party which portrays itself as pro-business, it's a huge issue."
    The lira traded at 5.61 to the dollar after initial results came in, compared with 5.55 at Friday's close and 5.65 in U.S. trading hours late on Friday.
    The election was marred by violence, with two people killed in Malatya province and three others in the southern province of Gaziantep, Turkey's electoral board said.
    In mainly Kurdish southeast Turkey, residents celebrated as the pro-Kurdish opposition Peoples Democratic Party (HDP) won back municipalities that authorities had taken over two years ago, accusing the HDP of terrorist links. The HDP denies links to the outlawed militant Kurdistan Workers' Party.
    "They robbed us of our will and we overturned this," Diyarbakir resident Abdullah Elmas said.

    More at: https://news.yahoo.com/4-turks-vote-...041942635.html
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    It's official, or maybe not quite as perhaps predictably the AK partyplans to challenge the stunning defeat: Erdogan’s party has lost Turkey's three largest cities, Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, to the opposition Republican People’s Party, or CHP.
    Ballots in the crucial local election were completely tallied on Tuesday, and the upset represents a huge setback for the president and his party amid a continued bleak and worsening economic situation.


    The final results now with 100% of the ballots counted as reported by the semiofficial Anadolu news agency put opposition candidate for mayor of Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu, at 48.79%, barely inching out rival AKP candidate Binali Yildrim's 48.51%. And in the capital of Ankara, CHP's Mansur Yavas won with 50.93% of the vote, compared to AKP's Mehmet Ozhaseki's 47.12%.
    Shooting back against critics who point out the local races were clear and biting indictments of Erdogan's leadership amid an ailing and troubled economy, and further amid worsening relations with the United States and the West, a representative of the Turkish presidency tweeted: “They will never learn. AK Party won 44.3% and the coalition won 51.6% of the votes.” Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin lashed out further as part of the statement: “Erdogan has his mandate until 2023. Stop presenting your wishful thinking as fact and analysis.”
    Some are servicing the ‘beginning of the end for Erdogan’ story again.
    They will never learn.
    AK Party won 44.3 % and the coalition won 51.6 % of the votes. Erdoğan has his mandate until 2023. No elections till then.
    Stop presenting your wishful thinking as fact and analysis.
    — Ibrahim Kalin (@ikalin1) April 2, 2019
    The AKP spokesman, Omer Celik, claimed early on Tuesday that there were significant voting tally discrepancies between polling and the actual vote enough to cause AKP to lodge objections.
    Specifically, according to the BBC:
    The AKP alleges irregularities, and is challenging the results in every Istanbul district. Officially the CHP is ahead by 25,000 votes in the city.
    Giant AKP victory posters have gone up in Istanbul.
    The secularist CHP (Republican People's Party) condemned that move, accusing the Islamist-rooted AKP of trying to steal the result.
    The AKP is also contesting the CHP victory in Ankara.
    Parts of the largely government-controlled media are reporting allegations that stolen ballots hindered the party's performance.
    In the past, Turkish opposition parties have failed to mount a successful challenge to election results.
    But few predicted that AKP would escape the downward spiraling economy unscathed:
    The polls posed a major challenge for Erdogan, given a backdrop of high inflation and rising unemployment sparked by a major currency crisis last year.
    Earlier this month, official statistics showed that in the last two quarters of 2018, the Turkish economy slipped into its first recession in a decade, as inflation and interest rates soared due to the currency meltdown.
    In February, inflation stood at just under 20 percent, while the Central Bank's main interest rate is currently 24 percent.

    According to The New York Times, this could delay formal certification for up to a little over a week:
    The head of that council, Sadi Guven, said in Ankara on Tuesday that it had shared preliminary results with political parties. For now, he said, the council will give certificates of election to candidates whose victories are not subject to appeals, which can be submitted until 3 p.m. Tuesday.
    The council will rule on those challenges within eight days, he added.
    However, the AKP promised to recognize the validity of the process and outcome. “The process is legitimate. Everyone should respect it,” Celik said at the party’s headquarters in Ankara. “We will respect the results regardless of the outcome, as it is our people’s choice.”
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    More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...3-major-cities
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    Turkey's main opposition candidate in Istanbul urged the High Election Board (YSK) on Wednesday to confirm him as the elected mayor after it ruled in favour of a partial recount of votes in 18 of the city's 39 districts.Initial results from Sunday's mayoral elections showed the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) had narrowly won control of Turkey's two biggest cities, Istanbul and Ankara, in a shock upset for President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party.
    If those results are confirmed in the coming days, the CHP will gain control of municipal budgets with an estimated total value of 32.6 billion liras ($5.79 billion) for 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey's commercial hub, and the capital Ankara.
    Erdogan - who campaigned hard for the AKP ahead of the vote - would likely lose some oversight for local contracts in the two cities, possibly complicating his efforts to drag the Turkish economy out of recession.
    However the AKP submitted objections to election results in all districts of Istanbul and Ankara, saying the results had been impacted by invalid votes and voting irregularities.
    In Istanbul, CHP candidate Ekrem Imamoglu, and his AKP rival, ex-prime minister Binali Yildirim, both said on Monday that Imamoglu was about 25,000 votes ahead, a relatively slim margin in a city of some 15 million people.
    The chairman of the Election Board (YSK), Sadi Guven, said on Wednesday it had ruled that the recount of what had been marked as invalid votes should go ahead in eight Istanbul districts, some of them AKP strongholds, but added that appeals were still underway.
    The state-run Anadolu news agency later said the YSK decided to recount invalid votes in 15 districts and all votes in three other districts as a result of the appeals. The AKP had said previously there were more than 300,000 invalid votes.
    Six of the 18 districts being recounted were initially won by the CHP, one by the nationalist MHP, and the rest by the AKP, according to Anadolu.
    Imamoglu called on the YSK to "do its job" and name him mayor, accusing the AKP of disrespecting the people of Istanbul.
    "We want justice. We demand our mandate from the YSK, which has given the numbers, as the elected mayor of this city... The world is watching us," he told reporters.
    After Imamoglu spoke, the hashtag #MazbatamiziVerin (Give our Mandate) was the top trending topic on Twitter in Turkey.
    AKP Deputy Chairman Ali Ihsan Yavuz said his party was not doing anything illegal and added that the vote difference between Imamoglu and Yildirim had fallen to below 20,000 votes.
    "We believe the reality will emerge tonight and we will all accept the results," Yavuz told reporters.

    More at: https://news.yahoo.com/turkish-elect...073103398.html
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    In the aftermath of last weekend's local elections in Turkey, which saw Erdogan's ruling AKP party lose control of Turkey's two main cities, Ankara and Istanbul, on Monday President Erdogan demanded that the country’s election board investigate "widespread irregularities" in local elections in Istanbul, where a partial recount is already underway after the ruling party contested its defeat, sending the lira tumbling to the lowest level since March 25.
    "There is stealing from the boxes," Erdogan said, adding that “we’re applying to the YSK against that organized intervention at the ballot box,” referring to the High Election Board. In the U.S. "they renew elections when there is a one percentage point difference," the president said in what appeared to signal a push for a new election in the city.
    "Given the huge economic challenges facing Turkey, this is the last thing Turkey needs at this stage,” said Tim Ash, senior strategist at BlueBay Asset Management LLP in London, said by email.
    As we reported at the time, the March 31 municipal vote ended a quarter century of rule by Erdogan’s movement in Ankara, the capital. But it was the defeat in Istanbul that has galvanized his ruling AK Party into refuting the preliminary results. As a reminder, the AK Party and its predecessors have been holding Istanbul since Erdogan won the mayor’s office in 1994, and a defeat there would hinder social policies that rally the support of poorer citizens.
    “No one has the right to claim victory in Istanbul with just a 13,000 to 14,000 vote difference,” Erdogan said, referring to the gap between the candidate of the opposition CHP, who was initially declared winner, and the AKP’s pick for mayor.
    Erdogan’s party has already sought the cancellation of voting in Istanbul’s Buyukcekmece district and applied to the election board for a recount of all votes in the remaining 38 districts across the country’s largest city of 16 million people.
    The news that Erdogan would challenge the Istanbul vote, adding to the country's political instability, sent the lira sliding, with negative FX sentiment boosted when the Turkish central bank cut the interest rates it offers on lira leg of FX swaps with commercial lenders to 24% from 25.5%; in doing so it revered an increase in rate to 25.5% from 24% on March 25, when it ceased to offer any funding to commercial banks through its one- week repo facility



    In addition to the slide in the lira, Turkish bonds and stocks also fell on Monday: yields on 10-year local-currency bonds jumped 21 basis points to 17.49%, the highest in a week, while five-year CDS climbed above 400 bps. In equities, the Borsa Istanbul benchmark stock index dropped 1.8% the first retreat in four days, after gaining 5.3% last week.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...bul-vote-probe
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    Following his party's embarrassing defeat at the polls earlier this month, where the opposition wrested control of the municipal governments of Istanbul and Ankara, and last month's destabilizing currency crisis, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is once again cracking down on dissenters, including the few remaining voices in Turkish media who dare criticize him directly.
    According to Bloomberg, Istanbul police briefly arrested and detained the economist Mustafa Sonmez, known for opposing the government’s policies, after he allegedly insulted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
    Sonmez's lawyer told the state-run Anadolu press agency that police barged into the economist's home on Sunday morning, arrested him, and took him to a police station in Istanbul. Sonmez, who has also been working as a columnist and a television commentator, was reportedly questioned about several tweets that were critical of the government's response to the results of the local elections.
    Sonmez reportedly criticized Erdogan for not recognizing Ekrem Imamoglu as the winner of Istanbul’s mayoral race. The AKP is demanding a recount and possibly a new vote.


    His lawyer said that Sonmez was interrogated for a few hours and then released. But just because he was let go doesn't mean he won't face a legal case in Turkey.
    Erdogan has been cracking down on the press and freedom of expression in Turkey since the failed July 2016 coup, when Erdogan began a purge that has ensnared tens of thousands of Turks. Turkish police made headlines in late 2016 for shutting down one critical television outlet in the middle of a live broadcast.
    After the arrest, Sonmez tweeted that police burst into his home at three o'clock in the morning, and promised that he wouldn't be silenced, saying "the water never stops."

    He later claimed that it was ridiculous that he was detained for alegedly insulting Erdogan when there's so much substantive criticism to levy at AKP and its policies.

    More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...rdogan-twitter
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    Turkey's main opposition candidate took office as Istanbul mayor on Wednesday after a stunning victory over President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party, but the new head of the country's largest city still faces an appeal for the vote to be re-run.

    Addressing thousands of flag-waving supporters outside the municipality building, Ekrem Imamoglu promised to work for all 16 million residents.
    "We never gave up, we never gave up on our battle for democracy and rights," he said. "We are aware of our responsibilities and the needs of this city. We will start to serve immediately."
    Imamoglu's margin of victory - the final count put him about 13,000 votes, or less than 0.2 percentage points, ahead of the AKP candidate and former prime minister Binali Yildirim - prompted several AKP challenges.
    On Tuesday, after 16 days of appeals and recounts, the AKP asked the High Election Board to annul and re-run the election in Istanbul over what it said were irregularities. Its nationalist MHP allies made a similar request on Wednesday.
    But Yildirim struck a conciliatory note on Wednesday evening while stressing that the AKP had not abandoned its appeal.
    "I hope the decision (to offer Imamoglu the mandate) will bring good. Democracy and law have worked and we see there is no need for raised tensions," he said on Twitter.
    Imamoglu said he hoped the election board would deal with the AKP challenge in a "just way", adding he had won his mandate from the voters and only they could take it away.


    The repeated challenges by the AKP and MHP have fueled frustration among opposition supporters which spilled over into football stadiums at the weekend when fans chanted at top Istanbul derby matches for the mayoral mandate to be given to their candidate.
    "There are way too many irregularities," AKP Deputy Chairman Ali Ihsan Yavuz said, presenting the party's justification for its demand for a new vote and complaining of "organized fraud".
    CHP Deputy Chairman Muharrem Erkek responded that there were "no concrete documents, information or evidence in the AKP appeal for an annulment".
    While the AKP was defeated in the battle for Istanbul mayor, results showed the party had won most seats in its municipal councils. The AKP's re-run appeal applies only to the mayoral elections, not those for municipal councils.
    Wolfango Piccoli, co-president of Teneo political risk advisers, said it was puzzling to call only for a re-run of the mayoral elections, and added that some areas where the AKP claimed fraud took place were under its own rule.

    More at: https://news.yahoo.com/recounts-ista...121439599.html
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    The leader of Turkey's main opposition party was attacked at a soldier's funeral in Ankara before security guards led him away, in the latest fallout from contested local elections three weeks ago.Kemal Kilicdaroglu, head of the secularist Republican People's Party (CHP) that pulled off victories in the March 31 vote, had attended a funeral for one of four Turkish soldiers killed on Friday in clashes with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).
    Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, whose AK Party wants the election results annulled in Istanbul, had repeatedly warned during last month's campaign that PKK members were among the CHP's list of candidates.
    The PKK clashes in the country's southeast on Friday prompted several pro-government newspapers to tie the soldiers' deaths to the CHP. "PKK out" was among the slogans shouted at Kilicdaroglu on Sunday, according to video footage of the incident.
    Several TV broadcasters showed video in which Kilicdaroglu was hit on the head at least twice as a clutch of security guards and a police officer attempted to keep dozens of fist-pumping men away, some of whom were shouting "shame on you" and "God damn you."
    Kilicdaroglu edged through the crowd to a nearby house, outside of which a crowd chanted "PKK out," according to broadcaster NTV. More than an hour later he was driven away in an armoured vehicle by police officers.
    "They don't want me to go to our martyrs' funerals," Kilicdaroglu, who had been attacked after a funeral in 2016, told supporters outside CHP headquarters. "They think I will step back if they attack me. I will not even take one step back."
    Ankara's chief prosecutor, Yuksel Kocaman, said six attackers were identified and investigators are looking into whether the incident is terrorism related, according to state-run news agency Anadolu.
    "The incident is under control... Investigations started," said Suleyman Soylu, Turkey's interior minister. Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gul, also of the ruling AK Party, said: "We will not allow any kind of violence to cast a shadow on democratic politics."


    More at: https://news.yahoo.com/leader-turkis...122907244.html
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    Turkish prosecutors have launched 32 investigations into claims of irregularities in the March 31 local elections, the Anadolu Agency reported May 2.

    The investigations suggest that the results from Turkey's March 31 local elections are not finalized. The probes also indicate that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the administration of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan retain significant influence over the country's judiciary and Turkish prosecutors.

    More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situa...larities-local
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    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

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