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    Turkey is headed for a runoff election as neither candidate received enough votes to win outright. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan received 49.25% of the votes, while his opponent Kemal Kilicdaroglu secured 45.05%. The runoff elections will be held on May 28. Turkey also held parliamentary elections with Erdogan’s People’s Alliance projected to win a majority of seats. The Nation Alliance, led by Kilicdaroglu’s CHP, is projected to secure 211 seats, while the pro-Kurdish Green Left party’s Labour and Freedom alliance is expected to win 65 seats. Sinan Ogan, who received around 5% of the votes, may have an impact on the outcome if he endorses one of the remaining candidates.

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