ANKARA Turkey’s key opposition CHP celebration reported on Friday it was building a court enchantment from the determination by the High Electoral Board (YSK) to accept unstamped ballots in the tightly contested referendum granting President Tayyip Erdogan large new powers.
“We are submitting an enchantment to the council of condition right now demanding the cancellation of the YSK determination to accept unstamped ballots,” CHP Deputy Chairman Bulent Tezcan reported in a assertion.
Turkey’s council of condition is the superior judicial human body dealing with all problems and appeals from condition and general public establishments. The CHP and a pro-Kurdish opposition celebration experienced pledged to take legal motion from what they reported have been irregularities in Sunday’s referendum.
Tezcan also reported the CHP would desire that the formal benefits of the referendum be postponed right up until the scenario is settled. The YSK experienced reported on Sunday it would announce closing benefits 11-twelve days after the vote.
(Reporting by Gulsen Solaker and Tuvan Gumrukcu Editing by Dominic Evans)