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With Recep Tayyip Erdogan the clear favourite after first-round win, is there any room for a Kemal Kilicdaroglu shock victory?
Efforts to detect ballot box anomalies also hindered by block put on access to 2018 data. Situation revealed ahead of May 28 presidential run-off.
Flashing red lights on lira, sky-high inflation, dwindling FX reserves and soaring cost of insuring debt against default. A currency crisis could be around the corner.
HDP co-leader says it is vital to rid country of president’s "one-man” and “freak” regime”.
As lira trades just below 20/$ in the interbank market, rate at the Istanbul Grand Bazaar hovers in the 21s.
New wave of disillusioned young Turks looks set to abandon country if strongman is re-elected on May 28.
Turkey’s leader again refers to footage proven to be fake in attempt to link opposition to Kurdish terrorists.
With little expectation strongman Erdogan will be toppled in May 28 run-off vote, markets guard against economic calamity.
Case comes as country prepares for its pivotal presidential election run-off.
As country heads for May 28 final vote, concerns persist about the level of ballot box fraud.
Lira hits latest record low and cost of insuring debt soars. New data, meanwhile, shows central bank burnt through $17bn in weeks before polls attempting to prop up economy.
The Black Sea Grain Deal has been extended for another 60 days, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tweeted on May 17.
If there was widespread ballot box fraud, then we will never know as nobody was set up to look out for it. But if Turkey’s strongman does indeed remain so popular, analysts must learn that hope is not analysis.
Reports indicate Erdogan challenger Kilicdaroglu wants tighter operation against ballot box fraud.
In Turkish elections there is a thievery margin. Everybody knows it.
Challenger Kilicdaroglu scores much less than expected. Markets disappointed the era of president’s ‘unorthodox’ economics is not over.
Yes, by rights, it has to be Bye Bye Erdogan in Sunday's Turkey elections. A genius for manipulating idiots has sustained him in power for 20 years, but the aggregation of voter dissatisfactions has generated a faecal tide.
Turkey goes to the polls on Sunday May 14. Any rational analysis says the Erdogan era must end. Country in days and weeks that follow the voting will not be for the faint-hearted.