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According to unofficial results of 27th Term Parliamentary General Election, 103 are women and 497 are men MPs of 600 MPs.
(Mecliste Kadın/Erkek Oranı: Rate of Women/Men in the Parliament)
The rate of women MPs has increased to 17 percent at 27th Term from 14.7 percent at 26th Term. HDP has again become the party with the highest rate of women MPs. The Justice and Development Party (AKP), Republican People’s Party (CHP), Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and İYİ Party followed the HDP respectively.
No woman MP has been elected in 33 cities
No woman MP in 33 cities
No woman MP has been elected in 39 percent in electoral regions, meaning no woman has been elected in 33 cities.
Those cities are:
Adıyaman, Amasya, Artvin, Bilecik, Bingöl, Bitlis, Burdur, Çankırı, Çorum, Erzincan, Giresun, Gümüşhane, Kars, Kastamonu, Kırklareli, Kırşehir, Nevşehir, Niğde, Ordu, Rize, Sinop, Tunceli, Uşak, Yozgat, Zonguldak, Bayburt, Karaman, Kırıkkale, Ardahan, Iğdır, Karabük, Kilis, Osmaniye.
AKP: 18 percent women – 82 percent men
AKP’s 295 MPs consisted of 52 women and 243 men.
The AKP increased its women MP rate of 11 percent to 17.6 percent.
AKP’s women MPs: Jülide Sarıeroğlu, Lütfiye Selva Çam, Arife Polat Düzgün, Zeynep Yıldız, Asuman Erdoğan, Sena Nur Çelik, Belgin Uygur, Pakize Mutlu Aydemir, Arzu Aydın, Emine Yavuz Gözgeç, Vildan Yılmaz Gürel, Jülide İskenderoğlu, Nilgün Ök, Oya Eronat, Fatma Aksal, Sermin Balık, Zehra Taşkesenlioğlu, Emine Nur Günay, Derya Bakbak, Zeynep Gül Yılmaz, Ravza Kavakcı Kan, Mihrimah Belma Satır, Müşerref Pervin Tuba Durgut, Fatma Betül Sayan Kaya, Serap Yaşar, Canan Kalsın, İffet Polat, Tülay Kaynarca, Emine Sare Aydın Yılmaz, Rümeysa Kadak, Alev Dedegil, Ceyda Bölünmez Çankırı, Hülya Nergis, Radiye Sezer Katırcıoğlu, Emine Zeybek, Leyla Şahin Usta, Gülay Samancı, Ceyda Çetin Erenler, Öznur Çalık, Semra Kaplan Kıvırcık, Habibe Öçal, Yelda Erol Gökcan, Çiğdem Erdoğan Atabek, Çiğdem Karaaslan, Semiha Ekinci, Çiğdem Koncagül, Özlem Zengin, Bahar Ayvazoğlu, İlknur İnceöz, Meliha Akyol, Bahar Ayvazoğlu, Zemzem Gülenler
HDP: 37 percent women – 63 percent men
HDP’s 67 MPs consisted of 25 women and 42 men.
HDP dropped its women MP rate from 38.9 percent at 26th Term to 37 percent.
HDP’s women MPs: Tülay Hatımoğulları Oruç, Dirayet Dilan Taşdemir, Filiz Kerestecioğlu, Salihe Aydeniz, Semra Güzel, Dersim Dağ, Leyla Güven, Fatma Kurtulan, Pervin Buldan, Oya Ersoy, Hüda Kaya, Dilşat Canbaz Kaya, Züleyha Gülüm, Serpil Kemalbay, Pero Dundar, Ebrü Günay, Gülüstan Kılıç Koçyiğit, Meral Danış Beştaş, Ayşe Sürücü, Bedia Özgökçe Ertan, Muazzez Orhan, Feleknas Uca, Ayşe Acar Başaran, Nuran İmir, Remziye Tosun
CHP: 12 percent women – 88 percent men
CHP’s 147 MPs consisted of 18 women and 129 men.
CHP dropped its women MP rate from 15.5 percent at 26th Term to 12.2 percent.
CHP’s women MPs: Müzeyyen Şevkin, Burcu Köksal, Gamze Taşcıer, Lale Karabıyık, Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu, Gülizar Biçer Karaca, Jale Nur Süllü, Suzan Şahin, Gamze Akkuş İlgezdi, Saliha Sera Kadıgil Sütlü, Sibel Özdemir, Emine Gülizar Emecan, Selin Sayek Böke, Sevda Erdan Kılıç, Fatma Kaplan Hürriyet, Neslihan Hancıoğlu, Candan Yüceer, Aysu Bankoğlu
MHP: 10 percent women – 90 percent men
MHP’s 48 MPs consisted of 5 women and 43 men.
MHP increased its women MP rate from 7.5 percent at 26th Term to 10.0 percent.
MHP’s women MPs: Ayşe Sibel Ersoy, Nevin Taşlıçay, Deniz Depboylu, Arzu Erdem, Esin Kara
İYİ Party: 7 percent women – 93 percent men
İYİ Party’s 43 MPs consisted of 3 women and 40 men.
The rate of women MPs in İYİ Party, which is headed by a woman, is 6.9 percent.
İYİ Party’s women MPs: Şenol Bal, Tuba Vural Çokal, Aylin Cesur (ÇT/TK)
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