There are already signs of defections, Sencar said, noting that some of them had voted against Erdogan in last year's referendum to expand the powers of the presidency, which passed only narrowly.
On the other side of the Bosphorus, the waterway bisecting Istanbul and separating Europe from Asia, Erdogan dismissed fears of any ballot-rigging on Sunday, saying the polls would be fair and safe.
On Saturday police said at least one million people had turned out in Istanbul's Maltepe district to hear Ince promise to reverse - if he wins the presidency - what he sees as Turkey's turn towards more authoritarian rule under Erdogan.
Earlier on Monday, Sadi Guven, head of Turkey's Supreme Election Council (YSK), said that with 99.2 percent of ballot boxes opened, Erdogan won an absolute majority in the presidential election with 52.5 percent of the vote, while his top rival Muharrem Ince lagged behind at 30.6 percent. A prominent journalist said, however, that he received a message from the politician acknowledging Erdogan's victory.
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Thousands of jubilant supporters of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party, or HDP, also spilled into the streets of the predominantly Kurdish southeastern city of Diyarbakir after unofficial results from Anadolu showed the party surpassing the 10 per cent threshold and coming in third with 11.5 per cent of the parliamentary vote.
Erdogan also claimed the AKP, and its allied Nationalist Movement Party, the MHP, had retained their control of parliament.
But the leading opposition party said it believes the results for the presidential elections are incomplete and may go to a second round.
Turkey is holding held high-stakes presidential and parliamentary elections that could consolidate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hold on power or curtail his vast political ambitions.
An unexpectedly strong showing by the AK Party's alliance partner, the nationalist MHP, could translate into a stable parliamentary majority Mr. Erdogan seeks to govern freely. Under the system, the office of the prime minister is eliminated and executive powers are transferred to the president, who can rule with limited checks and balances. Critics say it will further erode democracy in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member state and entrench one-man rule. But for Erdogan and his supporters, the new constitution is needed to secure economic growth and address security threats ranging from Kurdish insurgents to pro-coup opponents, around 40,000 of whom have been arrested and 120,000 fired from their jobs since the attempted coup.
"Even though we could not reach out goal in parliament, God willing we will be working to solve that with all our efforts in the People's Alliance", Erdogan said.
Israeli prosecutors on Thursday charged the wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with graft, fraud, and breach of trust. The following week, the US withdrew from the worldwide nuclear deal with Iran, a move that was warmly welcomed by Netanyahu.
Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter during an interview with Reuters in Zurich, Switzerland, April 10, 2018. Blatter, 82, said he had dined with Putin on Wednesday and congratulated him on Russia's organisation.
This year, Wopo released music from a rumored collaborative mixtape with Atlanta produced Sonny Digital called Jimmy Digital . Wopo had multiple videos that surpassed 1-million views on YouTube, including Elm Street and First Day Out .
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That slip has piled the pressure on Argentina to win the second game against Croatia, which defeated Nigeria 2-0 in its opener. He added: "When we succeed with Argentina , everyone takes credit for it but when Argentina loses, it's always Leo's fault".
Investigators had learned that Locklear had a gun registered in her name, and after hearing this went to seize the weapon. Locklear was then booked for misdemeanor battery on the officer and the medic, and is being held on $20,000 bail.
Coutinho said Brazil "deserved the win", after the Selecao were held to a 1-1 draw with Switzerland in their opening match. I cried out of happiness, overcoming, grit and desire to win. "Genuine or not, Neymar's crying is worrying", Globo said.
The outcry led the president to reverse course under political pressure and sign an executive order Wednesday to end the policy. More than 2,300 children have been separated from their parents, and thousands of families are likely to remain fractured.
After holding off Brazil in their opening contest, Switzerland will be eager to pick up their first win at the expense of Serbia . Blerim Dzemaili had their best chance half an hour in, forcing Serbia keeper Vladimir Stojkovic to push the ball clear.
That Kim met with both Secretary of State and President Trump , to whom he delivered a letter from the North Korean chairman. China is less focused on getting Kim to give away his weapons than on getting him to fall into line.
The big man said he's not working out for any other team because "I know I'm going No. 1", per the Suns . The Suns are already treating Ayton like he's a teammate, and we're still two weeks from the draft .
History of Concacaf teams against England motivates Panama
But despite England's narrow margin of victory over Tunisia, the manager was delighted with what he saw from his side. Argentina face elimination after winning just one point from their two matches and Germany lost their opening game.
Turkey's Erdogan, main rival stage final election rallies
If a candidate wins just over 50 percent of the vote, he will win the presidency, but if not, there will be a runoff on July 8. And the economy is struggling: The Turkish lira is down 20 percent this year and inflation is running at 18 percent.
Melania border trip sends message: Darcy cartoon
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Catholic priest slaps crying baby during baptism
The 40-second video has sparked outrage across social media with one user saying: "I probably would have slapped the dude myself". The parents or god-parents of the child look to be in disbelief as the priest begins to pull the child close to him once again.
Rapper XXXTentacion shot and killed in Florida
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