ANKARA, April 19 Turkey's main opposition CHP
party said on Wednesday it will employ all legal ways to appeal
the referendum granting President Tayyip Erdogan sweeping
powers, after the main electoral board rejected opposition
challenges to the vote.
"This is a serious legitimacy crisis. We will employ all
legal ways available. We will evaluate tomorrow whether we will
take the decision to the Constitutional Court or to the European
Court of Human Rights," CHP deputy chairman Bulent Tezcan told
reporters in comments broadcast live on television.
Opposition parties had called on the electoral board to
annul Sunday's referendum, which was narrowly won by the "Yes"
camp, because unstamped ballot papers were included in the vote
(Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by Dominic Evans)