YSKYou Should Know
YSKYuksek Secim Kurulu (Turkey Supreme Electoral Board)
YSKYesilyurt Spor Kulubu (Turkish bridge club)
YSKYou Silly Kid
YSKYoga School of Kailua, Inc. (Kailua, HI)
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Supreme Election Board (YSK) voted on Saturday to reject requests from local election boards in several districts in the restive Southeast to move polling sites for the upcoming Nov.
Erdogan and government ministers have rejected criticism of the vote as politically motivated, and the YSK last week dismissed challenges by the CHP and two other opposition parties.
The YSK unanimously rejected the second proposal that was submitted by the Kyzyltepe Police Department on Sept.
The Higher Election Board (YSK) that cancelled candidacies of seven independent applicants, backed by the Peace & Democracy Party (BDP), unanimously gave visa to Hatip Dicle, Leyla Zana, Ertugrul Kurkcu, Gultan Kisanak, Salih Yildiz and Sebahat Tuncel in its second decision.
Sadi Guven, head of the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey (YSK), said on April 2 that the results of the municipal elections in Istanbul remain unchanged.
"We are filing an appeal to the council of state today demanding the cancellation of the YSK decision to accept unstamped ballots," CHP Deputy Chairman Bulent Tezcan said.
The election board has submitted its decision to the YSK for approval.
The YSK head said he has handed the final results of the polls to Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek as a prelude to the legal procedures of the inauguration of the Erdogan, the candidate of the ruling Justice and Development Party.
The Higher Election Board (YSK) made a u-turn from its veto three days later.
Turkey's main secularist opposition CHP will present its appeal for the annulment of Sunday's referendum to the High Electoral Board (YSK) on Tuesday, the party said in a statement.
After a day-long evaluation of appeals on Thursday, YSK said that Harun Ozcan, Mehmet Hatip Dicle, Leyla Zana, Mehmet Salih Yldz, Ertugrul Kurkcu, Gulten Kisanak and Sebahat Tuncel were eligible to run for members of parliament.
As many as 13 political parties will take part in the municipal elections in Turkey, Trend reports March 11 with reference to the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey (YSK).