Ruling AKP, main opposition CHP to be next to each other on ballots
The order of the 31 political parties running in the elections was designated by the drawing of lots by the Supreme Election Board on April 3. AA PhotoTurkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) will be printed next to each other on the June 7 parliamentary election ballots.
The order of the 31 political parties running in the elections was designated by the drawing of lots by the Supreme Election Board (YSK) on April 3.
Accordingly, the CHP will be on the 22nd row, while the AKP will be on the 23rd row.
Meanwhile, two extremely opposing political parties currently represented in parliament, the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), will also be next to each other, with the MHP on the 18th row, and the HDP on the 19th row.
The Free Cause Party (Hüda-Par) will be printed on the first row and will be respectively followed by the Democratic Party (DP), the Nation and Justice Party (MİLAD), the Anatolia Party (AnaParti) and the People’s Ascent Party (HYP).