Uşak (electoral district)

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Uşak
constituency
for the Grand National Assembly of Turkey
Uşak in Turkey.svg
Uşak shown within Turkey
Electorate 248,746
Current constituency
Created 1923
Seats 3 (1961-)
4 (1954-1960)
MPs İsmail Güneş AKP
Mehmet Altay AKP
Dilek Akagün Yılmaz CHP
Turnout at last election 91.55%

Uşak is an electoral district of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects 3 members of parliament (deputies) to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the D'Hondt method, a party-list proportional representation system.

Members[edit]

A population review of every electoral district is conducted before each general election, which can lead to certain districts being granted a smaller or greater number of parliamentary seats. Tunceli has elected two members of parliament since 1961; previously, it elected three.

There are currently three sitting members of parliament representing Uşak: two from the governing Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and one from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP).

MPs for Uşak, 1999 onwards
Election 1999 (21st parliament) 2002 (22nd parliament) 2007 (23rd parliament) 2011 (24th parliament)
MP Armağan Yılmaz
MHP
Ahmet Çağlayan
AKP
Mustafa Çetin
AKP
İsmail Güneş
AKP
MP Hasan Özgöbek
DSP
Alim Tunç
AKP
Nuri Uslu
AKP
Mehmet Altay
AKP
MP Mehmet Yaşar Ünal
DSP
Osman Coşkunoğlu
CHP
Dilek Akagün Yılmaz
CHP

Elections[edit]

2011[edit]

Turkish general election, 2011: Uşak[1]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
AK Party İsmail Güneş, Mehmet Altay 110,931 49.75
CHP Dilek Akagün Yılmaz 66,387 39.77
MHP None elected 36,394 16.32
SP None elected 2,682 1.2
DP None elected 1,612 0.72
HAS Party None elected 1,126 0.5 N/A
BBP None elected 881 0.4
DSP None elected 664 0.3 [2]
EMEP None elected 610 0.27
HEPAR None elected 503 0.23
DYP None elected 460 0.21
MP None elected 220 0.1
Communist Party None elected 198 0.09
MMP None elected 192 0.09
LDP None elected 117 0.05
Turnout 222,977 91.55

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] High Electoral Commission of Turkey
  2. ^ DSP in 2011 is compared to CHP in 2007, under whose list it ran that year