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Turkey: govt win no-confidence vote

Turkey: govt win no-confidence vote
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The Turkish government of Prime Minister Tayyip Recep Erdogan have won a parliamentary vote of confidence clearing the way for his plans to write a new constitution.

The main opposition party, the CHP, have also now resolved a dispute over banned elected candidates and will lift a boycott of the parliament they have imposed since the election in June.

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