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The number of voters skyrockets in last 3 years
1.       si++
3785 posts
 17 Sep 2010 Fri 12:35 pm

The number of registered voters have skyrocketed in last 3 years.

According to the YSK´s data there were 42,690,252 registered voters (see  here) during 2007 elections while the number is 52,051,828 (see here) for the referendum of last Sunday.

That means the number of voters has increased by 9,361,576 during the last 3 years. This is hard to explain  by the addition of new voters aged between  15 to 17 years during 2007 elections, who have been registered for the latest referendum. According to the population data (see here) that number is calculated as roughly 3,695,000 and that creates the question marks about the 5,7 million voters.


Apperantly there is something fishy here???

 

Quoted from: here

2.       slavica
814 posts
 18 Sep 2010 Sat 11:29 am

What do you think can be the reason?

 

We had a situation that part of population was refusing to register as voters, not recognizing the jurisdiction of the Serbian authorities. Then, when subject of voting became the question of their nation, the number of voters suddenly increased.

3.       si++
3785 posts
 18 Sep 2010 Sat 12:24 pm

 

Quoting slavica

What do you think can be the reason?

 

We had a situation that part of population was refusing to register as voters, not recognizing the jurisdiction of the Serbian authorities. Then, when subject of voting became the question of their nation, the number of voters suddenly increased.

Well, we don´t refuse to register. They have all the details about all the citizens. So they don´t need to wait voters to register. If the last total is OK then the total in 2007 was terribly wrong. Then there is another issue.

 

They have so much details that I suspect they know who will vote for what. So they can manipulate everything in a way it will be adventagous for them.

 

For example the leader of the opposition party toured all the country to inform voters for voting NO and in a strange way he himself couldn´t vote. He didn´t know he was not registered anywhere until he went for voting.

 

4.       Arafta
54 posts
 18 Sep 2010 Sat 08:22 pm

I`ve heard that the normal increase in the number of voters in Turkey when compared to 2007 would be around 3 millions. The question arises ; where did the other 5 million voters come from?

I guess those voters don`t even exist and many "democracy loving" akp thieves voted twice.

Edited (9/18/2010) by Arafta

5.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 19 Sep 2010 Sun 04:40 am

 

Quoting si++

The number of registered voters have skyrocketed in last 3 years.

According to the YSK´s data there were 42,690,252 registered voters (see  here) during 2007 elections while the number is 52,051,828 (see here) for the referendum of last Sunday.

That means the number of voters has increased by 9,361,576 during the last 3 years. This is hard to explain  by the addition of new voters aged between  15 to 17 years during 2007 elections, who have been registered for the latest referendum. According to the population data (see here) that number is calculated as roughly 3,695,000 and that creates the question marks about the 5,7 million voters.


Apperantly there is something fishy here???

 

Quoted from: here

if there was a single shred of truth in this, the opposition parties would be complaining to the election complaining board and if they failed there, they would be happy to go to EU human rights courts and even would be complain to Pope himself..

So .. The old maoists/new ultra right wing supporters should move on and analyse ´why Turkish people accepted the modifications of the constitutions which was made by the coup´.

Gents..

Wake up.. Turks are woken up!!! The ones, "most of the white Turks think they are dirty and uncultered".. They are not buying rethorics like ´the country, the land, the republic , the people and Ataturk´ any more...

 

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