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Turkish local elections, 1994

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Turkey

Turkey held local elections on 27 March 1994.

Party Party leader Vote total Vote percentage
True Path Party Tansu Çiller 6,027,095 % 21.41
Motherland Party Mesut Yılmaz 5,937,031 % 21.09
Welfare Party Necmettin Erbakan 5,388,195 % 19.14
Social Democratic Populist Party Murat Karayalçın 3,807,921 % 13.53
Democratic Left Party Bülent Ecevit 2,463,853 % 8.75
Nationalist Movement Party Alparslan Türkeş 2,239,117 % 7.95
Republican People's Party Deniz Baykal 1,297,371 % 4.61
Great Union Party Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu 355,271 % 1.26
Democratic Party Aydın Menderes 148,719 % 0.53
Nation Party Aykut Edibali 126,118 % 0.45
Rebirth Party Hasan Celal Güzel 104,285 % 0.37
Independent 96,913 % 0.34
Socialist Union Party 80,714 % 0.29
Workers' Party Doğu Perinçek 79,588 % 0.28
Toplam 28,152,191 % 100.00

Mayor of metropolitan municipality

Metropolitan center Mayor
Adana Aytaç Durak
Ankara Melih Gökçek
Antalya Hasan Subaşı
Bursa Erdem Saker
Diyarbakır Ahmet Bilgin
Erzurum Ersan Gemalmaz
Eskişehir Aydın Arat
Gaziantep Celal Doğan
İstanbul Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
İzmir Burhan Özfatura
Kayseri Şükrü Karatepe
Kocaeli Sefa Sirmen
Konya Halil Ürün
Mersin Okan Merzeci
Samsun Muzaffer Önder

External links

  • Results of the local elections (in Turkish)
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