1988 Turkish constitutional referendum
A constitutional referendum was held in Turkey on 25 September 1988. The proposed changes to the constitution would have led to the 1989 local elections being held a year early. However, they were voted down, with 65% of voters against. Turnout was 88.8%.
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|Invalid or blank votes||793,995||3.4|
|Registered voters and turnout||26,739,227||88.8|