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1961 Turkish general election

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General elections were held in Turkey on 15 October 1961. The electoral system used was party-list proportional representation with the D'Hondt method in 67 electoral districts. In order to receive seats in a district, parties needed to win a Hare quota in that district. The result was a victory for the Republican People's Party, which won 173 of the 450 seats. Voter turnout was 81.4%.
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