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Turkey's ruling AK Party has emerged as the largest party after hotly contested parliamentary elections, but has lost its overall majority in Parliament. The pro-Kurdish HDP comfortably passed the 10% threshold to enter parliament for the first time with up to eighty MPs. The preliminary results, after 99% of the votes were counted give the AK Party 41.3%, the main secularist party, CHP 25.3%, the nationalist MHP 16.7, and HDP 12.1.
07 June 2015

Turkey's ruling AK Party has emerged as the largest party after hotly contested parliamentary elections, but has lost its overall majority in Parliament. The pro-Kurdish HDP comfortably passed the 10% threshold to enter parliament for the first time with up to eighty MPs. The preliminary results, after 99% of the votes were counted give the AK Party 41.3%, the main secularist party, CHP 25.3%, the nationalist MHP 16.7% and HDP 12.1%

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