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Turkish parliament reelects Mustafa Sentop as speaker

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Turkish parliament on Tuesday reelected Mustafa Sentop as its speaker.

Axar.az reports that, a ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party lawmaker hailing from the northwestern Tekirdag province, Sentop gained 328 votes in the third round of voting in the Turkish Grand National Assembly with 600 seats.

In the third round of voting, at least 301 votes were needed to win the post.

The opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) supported Sentop in the election.

Date
2020.07.07 / 21:34
Author
Nurlana Ahmadova
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