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(Today's Zaman)   Today's Turkish election results will only be provided to the state-run media   ( divider line
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2014-03-31 02:36:30 PM  
It seems all of the votes from Ankara will be re-counted.  (If they can find them all)

The ballots stay in the polling center. But the count is submitted electronically to the central agency. PErhaps if there is no electronic transmission, the counts will be less fraudulent this time around.
2014-03-31 03:40:04 PM  
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people waiting outside the highest election office in Ankara.
2014-03-31 03:49:17 PM  
Well, if NATO and the US will pay attention to Turkey elections, Turkey's government may feel pressured. And then it may suddenly find a new friend in Russia, right at that delicate moment. Suddenly, both sides of Black Sea may become somewhat... unbalanced, and where will we be then?

*sigh* I sure hope it's not "realpolitik", though. Anyway, the lack of the West's attention gives ammunition to those accusing the West in hypocricy, and rightfully so.
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