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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan expressed the assumption that due to the revealed irregularities in the municipal elections in Istanbul, the voting results may be canceled. The Turkish leader told reporters on board the aircraft about this opportunity, returning from Russia, where he held talks with Vladimir Putin, RIA Novosti reported referring to Sabah.

If in a city like Istanbul, where almost 11 million voters live, the difference in the number of votes is only 30 thousand, and then only because of appeals this figure rapidly drops to 13 thousand, then we must continue our struggle, he said.

Erdogan announced the need to respect any decisions of the High Election Commission (CEC) of Turkey. He told how in 1991 he was elected deputy of the city assembly, but was deprived of his mandate by decision of the CEC.

Appeals following the election of the mayor of Istanbul are still pending by the CEC.

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