Opposition parties in Turkey are calling for a recount after the country’s president narrowly won a referendum to give him more powers.
The result means Mr Erdogan could remain in office until at least 2029.
However opponents want a recount of up to 60 percent of votes – saying some invalid ballots are being included in the results.
The President called the vote following a military coup saying changes in legislation are necessary both to keep the country safe from terrorism and to build a stronger economy.
He says it’s an “historic decision”.