Polling stations closed their doors in Turkey after that made voters cast their ballots in the second parliamentary election in five months.
Justice and Development Party and hopes to have a majority to form a new government after it failed to do so during the last June elections.
The opposition says the vote gave the opportunity to curb what he described as "authoritarian tendencies" of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Erdogan stressed the need to respect the election results.
And the issue of security represented an important focus in the election campaign after the collapse of a cease-fire between the Turkish government and the PKK and the occurrence of a number of bombings in Turkey.
Polling stations opened their doors in Turkey this morning, Sunday in front of 54 million voters eligible to cast their ballots in this election, a twenty-sixth in the history of modern Turkey.
And competed in these elections, four parties, including the ruling Justice and Development Party, to win seats in the Turkish parliament, which has 550 seats.
Erdogan has pledged to return stability again if his party won Balogelbah.anthy
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