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The Turkish Central Election Commission approved the results of the elections of the mayors of Ankara and Istanbul, which were won by candidates from the main opposition Republican People's Party, Mansur Yavaş and Tunç Soyer.

Both candidates received protocols with the final election results, RIA Novosti reported referring to the NTV television channel.

Earlier, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) filed an appeal with the Central Election Commission on the preliminary results of the March 31 election of the mayor of Istanbul.

The ruling AKP won local elections in 39 provinces of Turkey.

Elections to local governments, which are held in Turkey once every five years, mayors of cities, heads of municipalities, village and district elders and deputies of village councils are elected.

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