OSCE member: There are 2,5 million dubious votes in Turkish referendum 

Alev Korun, a member of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) pointed out that there were around 2,5 million dubious votes in Turkey’s dubious referendum.

Commenting on the use of unstamped ballots, Korun said: “There is suspicion that around 2,5 million votes might have been manipulated in consideration of the fact that laws allow the acceptance of only official ballots and envelopes. However, the Supreme Election Board has accepted the envelopes without official stamps in defiance of the law.”



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