On May 14, 2023, Yozgat, which will elect four deputies, will play a significant role in determining the presidency and the parties’ votes. As one of the cities with a large number of voters, the election results in Yozgat will affect the overall rates.
Yozgat comprises thirteen districts, namely Akdağmadeni, Aydıncık, Boğazlıyan, Çandır, Çayıralan, Çekerek, Kadışehir, Saraykent, Sarıkaya, Şefaatli, Sorgun, Yenifakılı and Yerköy, that will impact the election results.
The voting process will end on May 14, 2023, at 17:00. As per the “election bans” rules published in the Official Gazette, media outlets are prohibited from making news predictions and comments on the elections and their results until 18:00. From 18:00 to 21:00, press organizations can share the news and communiqués given by the YSK about the elections. After 21:00, all broadcasts will be free, and YSK holds the right to announce the results earlier. The Yozgat election results will be announced at the latest after 21:00 on Sunday, May 14.
The CNN TÜRK Election 2023 page enables people to follow the votes of parties and presidential candidates instantly. At the same time, the live broadcast on CNN TÜRK offers evaluations of the election, the latest data, and additional details.
Four parties-AK Party, MHP, Good Party, and Green Left Party-have announced their deputies in Yozgat for the 28th term elections. AK Party’s deputies include Abdulkadir Akgül, Suleyman Shahan, İskender Minar, and Yusuf Ibis. MHP’s deputies consist of İbrahim Ethem Sedef, Kazim Ergun, Ulku Yilmaz, and Sezer Yozgat. Good Party’s-deputies list comprises Please the Rocks, Ali Keven, Ismail Yilmaz, and Nafiye Balçik. Lastly, Green Left Party’s-deputies consist of Cemal Bilgin, Kübra Deep, Mehmet Sirin Harhar, and Özlem Aydin.
Yozgat’s election results will have substantial consequences on Turkey’s political future.