Turkey's main opposition attacks state media over election results coverage

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June 24, 2018 19:40
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ISTANBUL - Turkey's main opposition attacked the state-run media on Sunday for its coverage of parliamentary and presidential elections, saying it was attempting to manipulate the public's perception of the polls.

Preliminary results from state-run news agency Anadolu showed President Tayyip Erdogan had received 57.02 percent of the vote in the presidential race, with 40 percent of the votes counted.But Bulent Tezcan, the spokesman for the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), said support for Erdogan would be below the majority required to win the race in the first round.

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