Polling in Turkey’s parliamentary and presidential elections began on Sunday, with 56,322,632 registered voters and 180,065 ballot boxes across the country.
Voting started at 8.00 a.m. local time (0500GMT) and will continue through 5.00 p.m. local time (1400GMT).
Voters will be able to cast their ballots after they show their ID cards or any other official identification document.
It is forbidden to enter the voting booth with photo/video cameras and mobile phones.
Voters are casting two separate ballot papers in the same envelope -- one for the presidential and one for the parliamentary elections.
After the voting ends, ballots cast for the presidential candidates will be counted first.
Some 1.49 million expats voted in a 13-day period between June 7-19 at 123 Turkish missions abroad.
Expat votes have been brought to Turkey and they will be counted at the same time as the votes cast in Turkey.
zource: commonspace.eu with Anadolu News Agency, Ankara
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