Turkey's current government, headed by the AK party, appears to be moving to lose it's parliamentary majority, early projections have suggested.
The current projections also suggest that the pro-Kurdish HDP are moving towards taking more than 10% of the vote, allowing the party to take seats in the Turkish Parliament for the first time.
With 90% of votes counted, the ruling party have 42% of the vote, according to Turkish media organisations.
If the predicted loss of majority materialises then the current ruling party will end it's 13 years of single party rule, further upsetting plans for the president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan to gain new presidential powers, which would allow him to continue as president for a further term.
The recent projections are the biggest electoral challenge for AKP since it came to power, with a stalling economy putting pressure on politicians in the country.