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>> After scuffles break out Sunday night following President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory in Turkey's historic referendum, the country is waking up to a new dawn in Turkish politics, giving Erdogan sweeping new powers. And it's been reported he's first job will be to extend the country's state of emergency.
He says he could also hold another referendum on reinstating the death penalty. In Istanbul, the nation's economic and social powerhouse, where the president built his political bases more, the majority of people voted no. Some believe his slim win of just over 51% of the vote is not enough to allow him to rule the country until 2029.
That would be a longer period than Ataturk, who founded the nation. People on the streets are questioning the result.>>
> And his opponents want to challenge the result. The opposition CHP party says irregularities have been found, including unstamped ballot papers. They've demanded a recount of 60% of the votes, but it may not be enough. The head of the Electoral Body has said the unstamped ballot papers are valid.