Erdogan has however ruled out returning to a peace process with the separatist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which the UK, EU and Turkey deems a terrorist organisation.
However, the first results had been expected to give Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted party a strong lead and it is expected to shorten as more votes are tallied across the nation of 81 million people.
Critics complained about what they say were unequal campaign conditions with Erdogan dominating media coverage in a country that has been named the world's worst jailer of journalists.
Turkey's presidential and parliamentary election yesterday was probably the most unfair and unfree election in living Turkish memory. Erdogan's closest competitor, Ince, vowed that he would lift the state of emergency within 48 hours if elected president and reverse all the constitutional reforms afterward.
Erdogan, who defends his tough measures as essential for national security, told his supporters at rallies Saturday that if re-elected he would press ahead with more of the big infrastructure projects that have helped turn Turkey into one of the world's fastest-growing economies during his time in office.
The shift will give Erdogan more power in his next term, abolishing the prime minister's post, and eliminating numerous checks and balances created to help parliament protect against the misuse of presidential powers.
An executive presidential system approved by the April referendum now comes into effect.
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Turkey has been under emergency rule - which restricts some freedoms and allows the government to bypass parliament with decrees - for almost two years since an attempted coup in 2016.
The HDP passing the threshold is key for the opposition: Forecasts show that without them in parliament, the AKP and their junior coalition partner, the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), would once again win the majority of seats.
Erdogan said there had been no serious voting violations. The E.U. Council will discuss relations with Turkey later this week, balancing the need for collective action on migration flows with concern about democratic backsliding.
The lira is down about 19 percent since January and investors fear Erdogan, a self-declared "enemy of interest rates", may pressure the central bank to cut recently raised borrowing costs to stimulate economic growth despite double-digit inflation.
Luxembourg's foreign minister, Jean Asselborn, noted on Monday it is now up to Erdogan to decide whether Turkey's relations with the European Union will improve.
But the opposition has lambasted the uneven nature of the poll, which saw state-controlled television ignore Ince's giant rally in Istanbul on the eve of the election.
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In February, she was arrested under similar circumstances and charged with four misdemeanor counts of battery on an officer. The police were originally alerted to the situation by a family member, who informed them of a disturbance near her home.
"It remains our intention to achieve a close economic partnership that does not require the backstop to be in operation". On Thursday, Mr Junker said that Ireland is not alone in Brexit negotiations and will remain backed by all member states.
Christian Eriksen scored in the opening minutes for Denmark , which has gone unbeaten in 17 straight worldwide matches. A solid defensive display against France won Australia plaudits but Bert van Marwijk 's men are on the ropes.
The spill reached the Rock River, which joins the Big Sioux River before merging into the Missouri River at Sioux City. The water towers also will be drained as a precaution, said Rock Valley public information officer Travis Olson.
The officials weren't authorized to discuss the preparations before an official announcement so spoke on condition of anonymity. The Trump administration had sought for North Korea to be "completely denuclearized" before any sanctions would be lifted.
The top White House trade adviser, Peter Navarro, says Beijing "may have underestimated the resolve of President Donald J. Asked whether the trade war has begun, Geng said , " China will not ignite a trade war, yet we are not afraid of it".
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