Turkish citizens who live in several countries that secured an opposition lead in the first round of Turkey’s elections were threatened with having their voting abroad window severely restricted in the second round. The decision was reversed under an appeal by opposition candidate Kılıçdaroğlu’s CHP party.
Amid ongoing vote counting in Turkey, HDP’s Mehmet Tiryaki raised concerns of manipulations in Kurdish-majority provinces.
Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the country’s PODEMOS party have condemned Turkey’s detention and subsequent deportation of a delegation of Spanish election observers sent to observe the country’s presidential elections.
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