Ankara, Turkey( CNN) Turkish citizens who did not want to give more powers to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a very hard Monday.

There was quiet discontent in Ankara, as if its pockets of opponent had been zipped tight.

Duysen Talas, a 28 -year-old born in the capital, Ankara, was slouched over in a chair of the pro-Kurdish opposition party Peoples’ Democratic Party( HDP) headquarters.

Talas, like many of the country’s 24 million “No” voters, woke up in a post-referendum haze — looking for answers to a referendum tainted by complaints during the campaign, the voting and preliminary results.