On 01 November 2015, approximately 57 million eligible Turkish nationals vote in 26th general election to elect the 550 members of the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
26th Parliamentary Elections
Turnout: 87,50 %
Registered Voters: 54.084.545
Valid Votes: 47.495.941
Last Update: 02 November 2015 - 10.00 (GMT 2)
Opened: 100 %
*Required to Govern: 276 MPs
|CONTESTING PARTIES||VOTES (%)||SEATS IN THE PARLIAMENT|
|AKPARTI Justice and Development Party||49,41||316|
|CHP Republicans People’s Party||25,38||134|
|MHP Nationalist Movement Party||11,93||41|
|HDP People’s Democratic Party||10,70||59|
AKP CHP MHP HDP
AK Parti regained the majority in the Turkish Grand National Assembly with 316 deputies. The vote rate of AK Parti reached to 49% with an increasement of 8 points. So, AK Parti came to power alone. The Republicans People’s Party' vote rates made no progress, we can say CHP provided a small increase and gained 134 deputies in the Turkish Grand National Assembly. The vote rate of CHP is 25,38% in November 1. The Nationalist Movement Party is the loser of the general elections. The votes of MHP decreased to 11,93% from 16%. The reason of serious decrease of MHP vote rates is non-accommodationist attitudes in the coalition process after 7 June general elections. MHP had only 41 deputies. People’s Democratic Party is the another power-losing party as for that general elections. They have lost a part of Kurdish support in 1 November. The vote rates of HDP decreased to 10,70 in November 1 general elections in Turkey. We can say the stability process of Turkish economy and national security started with the results of general elections.