Turkish opposition filed an application for the cancellation of the referendum

The opposition Republican people’s party (CHP), Turkey appealed to the Supreme electoral Council an appeal for the cancellation of the referendum on introducing amendments to the Constitution. On Tuesday, April 18, told RIA Novosti the representative of the Association.

It is noted that the application was submitted at 14:30 local time (coincides with Moscow). In the text of the document at the disposal of the Agency, it is reported that during the plebiscite “took into account the ballots without the seal, which were deposited in the ballot box, despite the protests of observers.”

In addition, as violations of numerous instances of voting outside of the booths, closed from observers the counting of votes and canvassing on the voting day. “All this has led to lawlessness during the referendum,” — said in IUU fishing.

On 17 April the head of the delegation of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Cezar Florin Preda said that the referendum in Turkey did not meet the standards of the Council of Europe.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that international organizations, whose representatives watched the conduct of the plebiscite, should “know their place”.

According to preliminary results, the transition to a presidential Republic voted for 51.4 percent of the Turkish citizens, against 48.6 per. The final results will be announced in 11-12 days after appeals.

Republican people’s party founded in 1919 by Kemal Ataturk, who later became the first President of the Turkish Republic and the founder of the modern Turkish society. IUU fishing is a center-left and Kemalist position.