According to the tentative results of the elections, the AK Party came first in the parliamentary elections, while President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu made it to the second round of the presidential election.
In the presidential election, Erdoğan received 49.50 percent of the vote, while Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, the presidential candidate of the Millet Alliance and CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu received 44.89 percent and Sinan Oğan, the presidential candidate of the ATA Alliance, received 5.17 percent. Muharrem İnce, the chairman of the Memleket Party, who withdrew as a presidential candidate but whose name appeared on the ballot as the printing and distribution of the ballots was completed, received 0.44 percent of the votes despite his withdrawal.
In the parliamentary elections, the AK Party’s share of the vote was 35.58 percent. With this rate, the AK Party won 267 parliamentary seats.
The CHP won 169 parliamentary seats with 25.33 percent of the vote, the MHP 50 with 10.07 percent, the IYI Party 44 with 9.69 percent, and the Yeşil Sol Party 61 with 8.81 percent.
In this case, the total vote rate of the “Cumhur Alliance” consisting of the AK Party, the Nationalist Movement Party, the Yeşil Sol Party and the Prosperity Party was 49.46 percent, while the vote rate of the “Millet Alliance” consisting of the CHP, the İYİ Party, the Saadet Party, the Gelecek Party, the Gelecek Party, the Demokrasi ve Atılım Party (DEVA Party) and the Democratic Party was 35.02 percent.
DSP Chairman Önder Aksakal and HUDA PAR Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu, who supported the Cumhur Alliance and entered the elections from AK Party lists, were elected as MPs.
The Yeniden Refah Party, which is part of the Cumhur Alliance and entered the elections with its own logo, won 5 parliamentary seats, including its chairman Fatih Erbakan.
Emek ve Özgürlük Alliance, consisting of the Yeşil Sol Party and the İşçi Party of Turkey, received 10.54 percent of the vote.
HDP entered the elections under the name of the Yeşil Sol Party due to the ongoing lawsuit filed against it by the Constitutional Court.
İşçi Party of Turkey, which is part of the Emek ve Özgürlük Alliance, managed to get 4 parliamentary seats.
Accordingly, the AK Party emerged as the first party in the seventh general election.
In the 28th Legislative Period, the number of deputies of the Cumhur Alliance was 322, the number of deputies of the Millet Alliance was 213 and the number of deputies of the Emek ve Özgürlük Alliance was 65. In this case, the “Cumhur Alliance” gained the majority in the parliament.