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1977 Turkish general election

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Turkish Presidential & Parliamentary Election Results (1950-2018)

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SYND 5 6 77 START OF VOTING IN TURKISH GENERAL ELECTION

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SYND 14 6 77 NEW TURKISH PRESIDENT ECEVIT AT RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT IN ANKARA

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SYND 2 8 77 PRIME MINISTER DEMIREL WINS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE

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Spanish General Election Results (1977-April 2019)

General elections were held in Turkey on 5 June 1977. Elections took place in the middle of a political race between the right-wing AP and the left-wing CHP. With the charismatic leadership of Bülent Ecevit, the CHP managed to beat one of the symbolic figures of conservative politics in Turkey, Süleyman Demirel. Voter turnout was 72.4%.
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