The timetablefor the Turkish presidential election will start on April 16th, a month beforethe end of President Ahmet Necdet Sezer's term in office on May 16th.
The timetable for the presidential election will start on April 16th, amonth before the end of President Ahmet Necdet Sezer's term in office on May16th. The election process will be completed within 30 days.
During the first ten days of the process, candidates to run in the electionwill be announced.
The election will be held during the remaining 20 days.
During the first two rounds of the election, two-thirds (362) of totalnumber (550) of MPs is required.
If this number of votes cannot be reached, the absolute majority (276) oftotal number of MPs will be required in the third round.
If the absolute majority cannot be reached, two of the candidates whoget the highest number of votes, will attend the fourth round in which thecandidate who wins the most of the votes, will become the next president.
Previous presidents and dates of their tenures are as follows:
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk Oct 29th, 1923 - Sep 10th, 1938
Ismet Inonu Sep 10th, 1938 - May 22nd, 1950
Celal Bayar May 22nd, 1950 - May 27th, 1960
Cemal Gursel May 27th, 1960 - Mar 28th, 1966
Cevdet Sunay Mar 28th, 1966 - Apr 6th, 1973
Fahri Koruturk Apr 6th, 1973 - Apr 6th, 1980
Kenan Evren Sep 12th, 1980 - Sep 9th, 1989
Turgut Ozal Nov 9th, 1989 - Apr 17th, 1993
Suleyman Demirel May 16th, 1993 - May 16th 2000
Ahmet Necdet Sezer May 16th, 2000 - ...
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