Turkish voters will go to ballot box to determine Turkish Referendum Results say “Yes” or “No” for President Erdogan. Yes, referendum day has arrived for Turkey! On April 16, 2017 – Turks will vote to change in the constitution providing more powers to president. Many people are confused with the new constitutional clauses. However, public surveys show us predictions for tomorrow’s results.
No doubt, Turkey has been through tough moments with the increasing tension in the country for couple years. Especially in 2016, many different groups have simultaneously executed negative activities in the region. This situation has created a big gap for the government authorities although it has been countered successfully. Besides numerous terror attacks, the coup attempt was the tipping point for the Turkish Government to take an action.
Right after the coup attempt, AKP and MHP have pointed out the importance of making change in constitution. The change in the governmental system has triggered controversial arguments between both sides. AKP, the ruling party, has been defending that the change is about the governmental system not the regime. On the contrary, CHP and HDP stick up for saying the change is all about becoming dictatorship. Turkish Agenda has been all about the referendum for the last couple months and the day has arrived. Options written on voting paper is simple as “Yes” or “No”; what about the decision itself?
According to Surveys Turkish Referendum Results say “Yes”
The AKP and MHP cooperation on the “Yes” side seems more powerful than the opposite side due to surveys. However, we still don’t know for sure as many people are on the fence about their vote. No matter what will be the result of the Turkish Referendum, Turkish Government has many things on their agenda. Turkish economy needs to step up their game in order to compete in the global economy. Certainly, the most essential element is to end the terrorist activities across the nation.
In 24 hours, we will see the results which will shape the future policies of the Turkish Government. According to these policies, both internal and external affairs might change in the global scene.
Let’s wait to see the official result tomorrow!