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%C5%9E%C4%B1rnak Electoral District
rnak
electoral district
for the Grand National Assembly of Turkey
rnak highlighted in red on a beige political map of Turkeym
rnak shown within Turkey
Provincernak
Electorate204,010
Current electoral district
Created1991
Seats4
MPs
Turnout at last election86.89%
HDP

rnak is an electoral district of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects four members of parliament (deputies) to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the D'Hondt method, a party-list proportional representation system.

Members

Population reviews of each electoral district are conducted before each general election, which can lead to certain districts being granted a smaller or greater number of parliamentary seats. rnak became a province in 1990 and first sent members of parliament to Ankara - three of them - the following year. The seat allocation was increased to four ahead of the 2011 election.

There are currently four sitting members of parliament representing rnak, one of which is from the governing party. rnak was a district where the pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) ran independent candidates in an attempt to overcome the 10 percent national electoral threshold. Three independent candidates were elected here in 2011; all have since joined the BDP.

MPs for rnak, 1999 onwards
Seat
MP Mehmet Salih Y?ld?r?m
Anavatan
Mehmet Tatar
Independent
Sevahir Bay?nd?r[1]
Independent (DTP)
Selma Irmak[2]
Independent (BDP)
Ferhat Encü
HDP
MP Mehmet Sait De?er
DYP
?brahim Hakk? Birlik
AK Party
Hasip Kaplan[3]
Independent (DTP/BDP)
Leyla Birlik
HDP
MP No seat Faysal Sar?y?ld?z[4]
Independent (BDP) / HDP
MP Abdullah Veli Seyda
FP
Abdullah Veli Seyda
AK Party
Mehmet Emin Dindar
AK Party
Aycan ?rmez
HDP

General elections

2011

Elected candidates in bold

2011 Turkish general election?rnak[5][6]
List Candidates Votes % ±
Independent Selma Irmak 46,278 26.71
Independent Faysal Sar?y?ld?z 39,570 22.84
Independent Hasip Kaplan 39,434 22.76
AK Party Mehmet Emin Dindar 35,714 20.61
CHP None elected 5,155 2.98
MHP None elected 2,033 1.17
BBP None elected 1,817 1.05
HAS Party None elected 1,009 0.58 N/A
DSP None elected 852 0.49 [7]
Democrat None elected 491 0.28
TKP None elected 343 0.20
Felicity None elected 256 0.15
DYP None elected 120 0.07
Nationalist Conservative None elected 116 0.07
Nation None elected 69 0.04
Labour None elected 0
Liberal Democrat None elected 0
HEPAR None elected 0
Turnout 173,257 86,89

June 2015

Abbr. Party Votes %
HDP Peoples' Democratic Party 188,012 85.3%
AKP Justice and Development Party 19,357 8.8%
MHP Nationalist Movement Party 5,315 2.4%
HÜDA-PAR Free Cause Party 2,826 1.3%
CHP Republican People's Party 2,111 1%
Other 2,752 1.2%
Total 220,373
Turnout 92.11
source: YSK

November 2015

Abbr. Party Votes %
HDP Peoples' Democratic Party 183,320 85.5%
AKP Justice and Development Party 23,822 11.1%
MHP Nationalist Movement Party 2,660 1.2%
CHP Republican People's Party 2,304 1.1%
Other 2,221 1%
Total 214,327
Turnout 90.09
source: YSK

2018

Abbr. Party Votes %
HDP Peoples' Democratic Party 162,969 71.9%
AKP Justice and Development Party 38,523 17%
MHP Nationalist Movement Party 8,721 3.8%
CHP Republican People's Party 5,048 2.2%
HÜDA-PAR Free Cause Party 4,847 2.1%
IYI Good Party 4,284 1.9%
Other 2,346 1%
Total 226,738
Turnout 87.05
source: YSK

Presidential elections

2014

Presidential Election 2014?rnak[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
HDP Selahattin Demirta? 158,836 83.17
AK Party Recep Tayyip Erdo?an 28,243 14.79
Independent Ekmeleddin ?hsano?lu 3,891 2.04
Total votes 190,970 100.00
Rejected ballots 2,420 1.25
Turnout 193,390 82.16
Selahattin Demirta? win

References

  1. ^ Ran in 2007 as an independent candidate and joined the DTP afted being elected. Switched to the BDP after the DTP's closure.
  2. ^ Ran in 2011 as an independent candidate and joined the BDP afted being elected.
  3. ^ Ran in 2007 as an independent candidate and joined the DTP afted being elected. Switched to the BDP after the DTP's closure. Ran as an independent candidate again in 2011 and rejointed the BDP afted being elected.
  4. ^ Ran in 2011 as an independent candidate and joined the BDP afted being elected.
  5. ^ [1] Hürriyet
  6. ^ http://www.ysk.gov.tr/ysk/docs/2011MilletvekiliSecimi/KesinSonuclar/sirnak.pdf
  7. ^ DSP in 2011 is compared to CHP in 2007, under whose list it ran that year
  8. ^ http://secim.haberler.com/cumhurbaskanligi-secimi/sirnak-secim-sonuclari

Coordinates: 37°34?N 42°34?E / 37.567°N 42.567°E / 37.567; 42.567


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