Out of 333 deputies in the AK Party, 167 names have not made the list, while out of 101 deputies in CHP, 75 were also left out.
Party candidate lists for the upcoming June 12th election, were released yesterday. While half of the Justice and Development Party, or AKP, deputies were not included, with the exception of Kavaf and Aydin, all ministers were included in the list. When it comes to the party's heavy guns, only their locations were switched around. NO OLD NAMES IN CHP For the AKP, the success in local elections and the referendum were influential factors while preparing the party's candidate list. For the Republican People's Party, or CHP, however there was a clear-out of the 'old team'. With the exception of Baykal, all other former administrators have been eliminated from the upcoming election. 26 DEPUTIES ERASED FROM MHP While in CHP, 64 current deputies were not included in the party's candidate list, 11 were designated locations they are not projected to win. For the Nationalist Movement Party, or MHP, out of 72 deputies, 26 were left off the list, while the number of rightist names and a number of returning and previously resentful figures have also drawn attention. SURPRISE CANDIDATES
KÖKSAL TOPTAN Former Speaker of the Parliament had packed his bags. VECDİ GÖNÜL According to the lobbies, he was not going to be considered as a candidate. CHP
ŞAFAK PAVEY Ayşe Önal's daughter is a candidate from Istanbul. TURHAN TAYAN The former DYP Minister is a candidate from Bursa.
ALİYE KAVAF Minister Kavaf is being rested this period. MURAT MERCAN Foreign Affairs Commission Chairman is not a candidate.
ÖNDER SAV Former second-hand man Sav is not a candidate this round. KEMAL ANADOL CHP Group Deputy Chairman is not on the list.