Turkey's premier warns opposition against street protests

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"Because, the Yes votes also became controversial through this decision", he said. Turkey, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member state that began talks to join the European Union in 2005, remains a crucial partner for the bloc by taking in millions of refugees fleeing from the six-year-old war in Syria.

The decision led protesters in Istanbul to call for the resignation of board members while the main opposition party said it would take the decision to Turkey's top court.

Erdogan rejected accusations that he supported the new powers out of a desire to empower himself rather than improve Turkey's political system.

According to unofficial results, the Yes campaign won with 51.41 percent, while the No votes stood at 48.59 percent.

"We will determine a date for the two presidents to meet in May before the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit as previously confirmed by the leaders", Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters in Ankara.

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Bozdag also reiterated government criticism of a report by European election observers who said the referendum, carried out under emergency law, took place on an "unlevel playing field". The "no" campaign said it faced intimidation and threats of violence, while opposition figures and journalists were jailed. "Saying the referendum fell below global standards is unacceptable", it said in a statement.

Voting was already underway on Sunday when the electoral authority announced it would start accepting unstamped ballots - a decision that the opposition said should invalidate the results. He said the party would use all legal paths to challenge the vote. This could enable President Erdogan to stay in power until 2029.

He vowed Turkey's recent incursion into northern Syria would not be its last such venture in the region, saying it would carry out as many military operations as necessary, wherever necessary, in its fight against terrorism.

"Democracies gain strength through respect for diverse points of view, especially on hard issues".

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Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy chairman Bulent Tezcan will present the demand at 1130 GMT, the party said in a statement.

European governments struck a more cautious note. It launched an armed struggle against the Turkish state in 1984 and more than 40,000 people have since been killed in the conflict.

On Tuesday, Yildirim said Erdogan would be invited to join the party as soon as the official results are declared.

As the referendum to greatly expand Erdogan's might drew near, relations got worse. Erdogan provoked a stern German response by comparing those limits to the actions of the Nazis.

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