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On Sunday June 12, Turks go to the polls to elect their next government. The ruling AK Party led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been in power since 2002 and is strongly placed to win a third consecutive term in office. But will it acquire the 'super-majority' that will give it free rein to re-write the Turkish constitution? Follow the polls, issues, results and analysis on euronews.

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  • Turkey: push for a new constitution

    As the election campaign winds down in Turkey, euronews spoke to some of the main figures involved in Sunday’s historic poll. The election is not expected… 10/06 20:37 CET

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