Turkey – President Erdogan Wins Referendum, Accusations Began To Fly Over Alleged Vote Rigging

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Jubilant Erdogan supporters took to the streets of Istanbul waving flags of victory. But among those who had voted “no” there was frustration and the accusations began to fly over alleged vote rigging. For one government critic it was all “propaganda”: “The government worked hard for this for three months. But if you look at their…

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