The process of collecting signatures of presidential candidates in Turkey has ended.
According to APA's Istanbul correspondent, the Central Election Commission of Turkey (Supreme Election Board) released information about this.
It should be noted that Muharrem Ince, the chairman of the Homeland Party, and Sinan Ogan, the candidate of the "Father Union", managed to collect 114,657 signatures.
Davut Turan, a civil engineer from the city of Batman, collected the least, 122 signatures.
With this, they are fighting for the position of the head of the country in the elections along with two other candidates for the presidency - the candidate of the "Republican Union", the current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the candidate of the opposition "Millat Union", the chairman of the Republican People's Party, Kemal Kılıcdaroğlu, who is called the "table of six". they will take
In addition, their candidacy can be rejected until March 31.
The final approved list of candidates will be announced on the same day.
The election campaign will officially start from April 1st.
It should be noted that the presidential and deputy elections in Turkey will take place on May 14, 2023.