People walk past a poster for Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey, June 25, 2018.
Turkey's High Electoral Board declared Erdogan, 64, the victor of Sunday's polls, which usher in a new executive presidential system that was approved in a referendum a year ago.
The president's prime challenger, Muharrem Ince, who had warned his supporters of possible fraud, had not conceded as of early Monday morning in Turkey. Many political experts believe Inje is capable of dragging the race into a run-off.
The vote has also ushered in an executive presidency system giving Mr Erdogan sweeping new powers.
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The expanded authority of the office is the result of constitutional changes narrowly approved in a referendum previous year, which will afford Erdogan autonomy to directly appoint top public officials.
Ince, a former teacher and the presidential candidate of the main opposition party, the secularist Republican People's Party (CHP), has proved highly effective on the campaign trail, drawing huge crowds, especially in the big cities.
The president said he received the citizens' message in the polls. "We will increase our country's worldwide reputation", he added.
AA figures show the AKP's alliance with the National Movement Party (MHP) gained more than 50 percent of the vote, thus keeping the status quo with the AKP-CHP dominate Grand National Assembly.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday declared victory in a tightly-contested presidential election, extending his 15-year grip on power in the face of a revitalised opposition. The April 2017 referendum passed with a "Yes" vote of just 51 percent, setting out a new level of presidential authority set to come into force after Sunday's election.
The pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) was polling 11 percent, well over the 10 percent minimum threshold needed to win 46 seats, which would make it the second largest opposition party in the new chamber. "We can be part of something [democracy] that we only dreamt of in Syria", Dani says, adding, "I watched many Syrians gathering with Turkish people celebrating, and I saw many happy Syrians in the streets...all of them, I think, had tears in their eyes, the same as I had, because we deeply wanted this kind of democratic election to take place in Syria". He is campaigning to be president from jail - he was locked up for alleged links to the banned Kurdish PKK party.
The post of Prime Minister has been abolished and Mr Erdogan will now have increased power over the budget and the judiciary and the ability to rule by decree and dissolve Parliament.
Turkey has been under emergency rule - which restricts some freedoms and allows the government to bypass parliament with decrees - for almost two years since an attempted coup in 2016.
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Turkey's military operations, created to guard its borders, are not the only way to ensure security as peaceful settlement of regional conflicts also proves to be effective, Unal Cevikoz, the Turkish opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy chair responsible for public diplomacy, told Sputnik on Sunday. Critics say it will further erode democracy in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member state and entrench one-man rule.