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191,885 ballot boxes were installed for the elections, which had an average turnout of 88.82%.
The incumbent Türkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, won Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections with 49.35% of the votes. However, as none of the candidates obtained a simple majority, 50% of the votes plus one, a second round will be held on May 28.
With a 99.76 of ballot boxes counted, candidate Erdogan, from a coalition of parties led by the ruling Justice and Development (AK), had 49.35% of the vote, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu of the Republican People's Party (CHP) had 44.97%, while nationalist candidate Sinan Ogan was in third place with 5.25%.
The fourth candidate, Memleket party leader Muharrem Ince, announced on Thursday the withdrawal of his candidacy, three days before the election.
Voting for the election of the President and Parliament of Türkiye closed at 17:00 local time across the country. More than 64.1 million people were eligible to vote, including more than 1.76 million who exercised their right to vote abroad.
Con resultados oficiales, se confirma segunda vuelta para el 28 de Mayo. Falta muy poco por contar, fundamentalmente voto en el exterior. pic.twitter.com/qTFVs1ShPr