ERKEN HABER - YSK, Chairman Ahmet Yener announced the latest situation regarding the 14 May election results. Yener said, "Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, 49.40 percent. Mr. Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has 44.96 percent of the vote. Data entry continues."

Ahmet Yener, Chairman of the Supreme Election Board (YSK), shared the new situation regarding the Presidential and 28th Term Parliamentary Elections held on 14 May. announced the latest situation regarding the election results.

Sharing the data coming into the system as of 09.45, Yener said:

Our domestic ballot box number is 192 thousand 214 in total, and as of 09.45 192 thousand 187 ballot boxes were opened, and there is a 99 percent domestic opening rate.

Currently, the number of unopened ballot boxes in the country is 27. We have 9 thousand 594 ballot boxes abroad and 8 thousand 65 ballot boxes opened abroad.

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As of now, there are 1529 unopened ballot boxes abroad, and the rate of the number of ballot boxes opened abroad is 84.06 percent.

According to these data, as of 09.45, Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had 49.40 percent of the vote, Mr. Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu had 44.96 percent, Mr. Sinan Ogan had 5.2 percent, and Mr. Muharrem Ince had 0.44 percent of the vote. It is announced to the public with respect. Our data entry continues.

According to the latest situation announced by the YSK, President Erdoğan and CHP did not receive enough votes to be elected Chairman.

It is predicted that 27 ballot boxes in the country and 9 thousand 594 ballot boxes abroad will not change the results.

Thus, the second round of the Presidential elections will be held on 28 May.