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Turkish local elections, 1984

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Turkish local elections, 1984

Turkey held local elections on 25 March 1984. 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]

Party Party leader Vote total Vote percentage
Motherland Party Turgut Özal 7,355,796 41.52%
SODEP Erdal İnönü 4,136,976 23.35 %
True Path Party Yıldırım Avcı 2,346,543 13.25 %
People's Party Necdet Calp 1,552,186 8.76 %
Nationalist Democracy Party Turgut Sunalp 1,255,817 7.09 %
Welfare Party Ahmet Tekdal 780,342 4.4%
Independents 288,621 1,63 %

Mayors of metropolitan centers

Metropolitan center Mayor
Ankara Mehmet Altınsoy
İstanbul Bedrettin Dalan
İzmir Burhan Özfatura

Mayor of other centers

Province Party
Adana ANAP
Adapazarı ANAP
Adıyaman MDP
Afyonkarahisar ANAP
Amasya ANAP
Antalya ANAP
Artvin SODEP
Aydın ANAP
Balıkesir ANAP
Bilecik ANAP
Bingöl ANAP
Bitlis SODEP
Burdur SODEP
Bursa ANAP
Çanakkale ANAP
Province Party
Çankırı ANAP
Çorum ANAP
Denizli ANAP
Diyarbakır ANAP
Edirne ANAP
Elazığ ANAP
Erzincan ANAP
Erzurum ANAP
Eskişehir ANAP
Gaziantep ANAP
Giresun ANAP
Gümüşhane ANAP
Hakkâri ANAP
Hatay ANAP
Isparta ANAP
İzmit ANAP
Province Party
Kastamonu ANAP
Kayseri ANAP
Kırklareli SODEP
Kırşehir ANAP
Konya ANAP
Kütahya ANAP
Malatya ANAP
Manisa ANAP
Mersin ANAP
Kahramanmaraş ANAP
Mardin ANAP
Nevşehir ANAP
Niğde MDP
Province Party
Samsun ANAP
Siirt ANAP
Sinop ANAP
Sivas ANAP
Tekirdağ ANAP
Tokat ANAP
Trabzon ANAP
Tunceli SODEP
Şanlıurfa RP
Van RP
Yozgat ANAP
Zonguldak ANAP
  1. ^ (Turkish)Results of the local elections
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