The public going to the polls in Turkey was followed with interest by the brotherly Azerbaijani public. The first agenda item of Azerbaijanis in social media and in the press was the elections in Turkey.
Azerbaijan television channels and news agencies announced the voting process and election results to their audiences through live connections through their correspondents assigned in Turkey.
There was a lot of news about the elections in Turkey in the internet media and the elections made headlines.
4 headlines of the website of Yeni Musavat newspaper were devoted to the news about the elections in Turkey. The results were given with the headline “The winner will be determined in the 2nd round”.
The headline of the Azerbaijan State News Agency (AZERTAC) included the post-election speeches of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the headline “The majority in the parliament is in the People’s Alliance”.
APA News Agency carried the headlines “People’s Alliance won more than 300 seats” and “YSK: Erdoğan received 49.4 votes”.
Kazakh press followed the elections moment by moment.
The elections in Turkey were watched with interest in Kazakhstan as well, and they were followed moment by moment.
Election news had a wide coverage in local broadcasting organizations, especially in the national press of the country.
Kazakhstan’s State News Agency (Kazinform) covered every step of the election, from the voting process to the first results.
Kazinform also included the opinions of Kazakh experts in its news about the election.
“It is the Turkish people who will decide who will be president,” said Zarema Shaukenova, Professor of the National Academy of Sciences, the agency. published his analysis.
In Kazinform, political scientist Daniyar Aşimbayev’s opinion was shared, “How can the outcome of the elections in Turkey affect Kazakhstan?” The article was also included.
Kyrgyzstan press also closely followed the elections in Turkey.
Akipress News Agency results “Erdogan leads with 49.35 percent.” announced the title. In the news, it was emphasized that the People’s Alliance obtained the most seats in the parliament.
KABAR Official News Agency announced that President Erdogan and the AK Party took the lead in the elections.
Kaktus.medya news portal shared with its readers that Erdoğan and Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu are preparing for the 2nd round.
Gazeta.uz portal, one of the leading news sites of Uzbekistan, announced the elections with the headline “Presidential elections in Turkey: Erdoğan and Kılıçdaroğlu can compete in the second round”.
In the news, “The first results of the last presidential election in Turkey show that Erdogan received less than 50 percent of the votes. Erdogan, who received 5 percent more votes than his opponent in the opposition, may face Kılıçdaroğlu again on May 28.” statement was included.
Kun.uz, the other leading news portal of the country, said in its news, “It is becoming clear that the Presidential election will go to the 2nd round.” used the title.
Daryo.uz news portal headlined “Elections in Turkey: Erdogan says he is ready for the second round”.
Turkmenistan news sites also informed their readers by publishing news about the elections in Turkey.