Turkish local elections, 1968

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Turkey held local elections on 2 June 1968. In the elections, both the mayors and the local parliaments (Turkish: İl Genel Meclisi) were elected. The figures presented below are the results of the local parliament elections.[1][2]

Party Party leader Vote total Vote percentage
Justice Party (AP) Süleyman Demirel 4,470,687 49.06%
Republican People's Party (CHP) İsmet İnönü 2,542,644 27.90 %
Confidence Party (GP) Turhan Feyzioğlu 603,268 6.62 %
Nation Party (MP) Osman Bölükbaşı 318,804 3.50 %
Workers' Party of Turkey (TİP) Mehmet Ali Aybar 248,134 2.72%
Unity Party (BP) Hüseyin Balan 149,832 1.64 %
Republican Villages Nation Party (CKMP) Alparslan Türkeş 90,816 1%
New Turkey Party (YTP) Yusuf Azizoğlu 65,593 0.72 %
Independents 622,708 6,83 %

Mayors of centers[edit]

Province Party
Adana CHP
Adapazarı AP
Adıyaman AP
Afyonkarahisar AP
Ağrı AP
Amasya AP
Ankara AP
Antalya AP
Artvin CHP
Aydın AP
Balıkesir IND.
Bilecik CHP
Bingöl CHP
Bitlis AP
Bolu AP
Burdur AP
Bursa AP
 
Province Party
Çanakkale CHP
Çankırı IND.
Çorum CHP
Denizli AP
Diyarbakır CHP
Edirne AP
Elazığ IND.
Erzincan AP
Erzurum AP
Eskişehir AP
Gaziantep AP
Giresun CHP
Gümüşhane CHP
Hakkâri CGP
Hatay CHP
Isparta AP
İstanbul AP
 
Province Party
İzmir AP
İzmit CHP
Kars CHP
Kastamonu AP
Kayseri AP
Kırklareli IND.
Kırşehir IND.
Konya AP
Kütahya AP
Malatya CHP
Manisa AP
Mersin AP
Kahramanmaraş CHP
Mardin CGP
Muğla AP
Muş AP
Nevşehir AP
 
Province Party
Niğde IND.
Ordu CHP
Rize AP
Samsun AP
Siirt CHP
Sinop CHP
Sivas CHP
Tekirdağ AP
Tokat AP
Trabzon CHP
Tunceli CHP
Şanlıurfa AP
Uşak AP
Van AP
Yozgat CHP
Zonguldak CHP

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