Turkey’s Ruling Party Could Not Win a Majority in General Elections
Istanbul: The ruling party Justice and Development Party (AKP) couldn’t win majority seats in Parliamentary Elections while Kurds’ Peoples Democratic Party (HDP) made it.
According to latest unexpected results after voting session, HDP win 79 out of 550 seats and taking lead in this election.
Kurds are celebrating their party win as they remained successful to remove President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling in the country.
Though, the prospect of instability has been rising after the results for a day in Turkey but Kurds appearing so happy and feeling great joy after win.
The President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling AK Party was needed 276 seats for a simple majority in this election but unfortunately they only could win 258 seats, though— before the election the 2 opposition parties as Republican People’s Party (CHP) and the National Movement Party (M. HP) have respectively gained 132 and 81 seats.
The Kurds victory in this election is great distress for ruling party AK because Kurds just required 10 percent lead but they gained 13 percent and stunned their oppositions.
According to Analysts, AK party was won these 13 percent votes in past but when they HD acquired 13 percent, so that was shocking moment for them who were never expecting for their lead.
The current parliament election was so important for ruling party because they expected to establish presidential for of regime in country if they were successful and for this was to conduct a public referendum.
On the other Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has claimed for their party triumph, while after the election because of the uncertain condition becoming the positive cause of lack in stock market.
However, the spokesperson of European Union, Federico Garimberti said by observing the election that the proportion of voting in the election was 86 percent which demonstrate strengthen of democracy in Turkey.