Erdagon is back in power with more strength

ANKARA: Turkey's long-predominant Justice and Development Party (AKP) scored a shocking constituent rebound on Sunday, recovering its parliamentary lion's share. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won more than 49 percent of the votes to secure 315 seats in the 550 seats parliament with about all votes tallied, effectively enough to frame an administration all alone. "Today is a day of triumph," a radiating Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told a horde of supporters in the place where he grew up. "The triumph has a place with the general population.” The result was a stun to numerous as sentiment surveys had anticipated a replay of the June race when the AKP won just 40 percent of the vote and lost its larger part without precedent for a long time. It is however a tremendous individual victory for 61-year-old Erdogan, Turkey's divisive strongman who might now have the capacity to sufficiently secure backing for his desire to extend his part into a capable US-style official administration.