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(Today's Zaman)   Today's Turkish election results will only be provided to the state-run media   ( todayszaman.com) divider line
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2014-03-31 09:51:35 AM  
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Moosecakes: It's sad that most American news networks make absolutely no mention of corruption or fraud in this election:

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/31/world/europe/not-on-ballot-turkeys -p remier-still-gets-push-from-party-in-local-elections.html?_r=0

http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/turkey-holding-critica l- local-elections-23116863

IT's not just the US.  Must be a NATO thing...
2014-03-31 09:50:22 AM  
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2014-03-30 02:22:59 PM  
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Cihan, Taraf, Zaman (opposition news) websites all still down. Cyber attacks about an hour ago. There is a very strong feeling amongst many people that something very fishy going on . There is apparently a 10 point difference in reports of results between Erdogan's press and the opposition. How will anyone trust the final result. Recipe for violence and increased tension.
2014-03-30 12:30:39 PM  
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Oh no the election is not of fairness.

LAUGHTER OL some people believe the elections in the United States of the Americas are also the fairness.

Turkey probably has the more fairness of this so I do not have outrage or even the tear. Seems like the fairness of the elections to me.
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