Muş (electoral district)
Muş is an electoral district of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects four members of parliament (deputies) to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the D'Hondt method, a party-list proportional representation system.
for the Grand National Assembly of Turkey
Muş shown within Turkey
|Current electoral district|
|Turnout at last election||81.75%|
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Population reviews of each electoral district are conducted before each general election, which can lead to certain districts being granted a smaller or greater number of parliamentary seats. Muş's seat allocation has been remained unchanged at four seats since 1995.
|MPs for Muş, 1999 onwards|
|Seat||1999 (21st parliament)||2002 (22nd parliament)||2007 (23rd parliament)||2011 (24th parliament)||June 2015 (25th parliament)|
|Mehmet Emin Şimşek
|Mehmet Şerif Ertuğrul
|Burcu Çelik Özkan
|Turkish general election, 2011: Muş|
|Independent||Sırrı Sakik, Demir Çelik||75,885||44.26|
|AK Party||Faruk Işık, Muzaffer Çakar||73,431||42.83|
|HAS Party||None elected||1144||0.67||N/A|
|Nationalist Conservative||None elected||111||0.06|
|Liberal Democrat||None elected||0|
|AK Party||Recep Tayyip Erdoğan||61,250||35.57|
|Selahattin Demirtaş win|
- Sırrı Sakik ran in 2007 as an independent candidate and joined the DTP afted being elected. Switched to the BDP after the DTP's closure. Ran as an independent candidate again in 2011 and rejointed the BDP afted being elected.
- Nuri Yaman ran in 2007 as an independent candidate and joined the DTP afted being elected. Switched to the BDP after the DTP's closure.
- Demir Çelik ran in 2011 as an independent candidate and joined the BDP afted being elected.
-  Electoral Commission
- DSP in 2011 is compared to CHP in 2007, under whose list it ran that year