Turkish citizens living in Europe have started casting ballots for the referendum that will be held in Turkey on April 16. Ballot boxes are set up in 57 countries and at border gates.
Turkish citizens living in Europe have started casting ballots for
the referendum that will be held in Turkey on April 16.
voting will be held between 9 am and 9 pm according to the local
time. People will be voting between these hours both during weekdays
and weekend. The voting will be ended on April 9.
Voting also began at airports and border gates in Turkey. 12 ballot boxes have been set up at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
The voting at border gates will continue until April 16, 5 pm.
Ballot boxes in 57 countries
In the US, the voting will begin on April 1. In some European countries and Turkish missions in other countries, the voting will be held on April 7, 8, 9.
Ballot boxes will be set up in 120 missions in a total of 57 countries.
The number of voters living abroad is 2,927,000. Germany hosts the largest number of voters, which is 1,432,000.