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Election 'fever', today the citizens choose the new president and decide on the fate of Turkey
Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Maj 2023
This Sunday the Turks decide who will be their president in the next 5 years.
In the runoff are the current president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is seeking another term, and the opposition rival Kemal Kilicdaroglu.
In one of the last gatherings in Istanbul, Erdogan said that with him, Turkey has achieved unimaginable things.
"During the last 21 years, our nation has seen the biggest investments in its history. Our democracy has gained its strongest position. During this time, the most successful war against terrorist organizations has taken place. Our country's influence in global politics has also increased," Erdogan told the crowd.
His opponent, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, head of Turkey's main pro-secular opposition party and a six-party alliance, campaigned on a promise to undo Erdogan's authoritarian streak. The 74-year-old has described the runoff as a referendum for the country.
"This is an existential struggle. Turkey will either be dragged into the darkness or into the light," Kilicdaroglu said.
In a bid to sway nationalist voters ahead of Sunday's runoff, he has vowed to send back millions of refugees while ruling out any possibility of peace talks with Kurdish militants.
The Turks already have in their hands who they want to continue with, even though the polls speak of a victory for President Erdogan, who in the first round won with a very small percentage but did not manage to get 50% of the votes.