Turkey: CHP's Ince concedes defeat, warns Turkey of 'great danger'

Republican People's Party [CHP] Presidential Candidate Muharrem Ince conceded to electoral defeat in the Turkish presidential elections, speaking from Ankara on Monday. Ince recognised the preliminary results released by the High Commission of Elections of Turkey, saying there was 'no meaningful difference' between those stats and the ones from CHP's attendants in the field. Ince also added... Еще that Turkey is facing «great danger» in what he considers to be a «one man regime,» saying the country has «cut ties» with democratic values, the parliamentarian system, and that the people would pay the price «all together.» The country's electoral board (YSK) is yet to announce the official results of the election, but the state-run Anadolu Agency reports that after counting 97 percent of votes, Erdogan has received 52.62 percent of the vote, while his key political opponent Muharrem Ince is estimated to be trailing with 30.76 per cent.

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