Демонстранти против Ердоган бяха задържани в Измир

Several demonstrators were detained by police officers in plain clothes during spontaneous anti-Erdogan protest in Izmir, Sunday, as dozens of people gathered to decry the results of the referendum.
With more than 99 percent of votes counted, the Turkish president had 51.36 percent voting 'Yes' and 48.64 percent of voters choosing 'No.'
The 'YES' result means that the new draft constitution, approved by the Turkish parliament last January, will introduce a package of 18 constitutional amendments, paving the way for a presidential system of government.
Turkey's main opposition parties, the Republican People's Party (CHP) and the pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP), were opposed to the reforms, arguing that they would significantly increase Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's power. The incumbent could potentially remain in his role until 2029.