Turkish Elections - Erdoğan's Folly?
Turkish elections held earlier this month saw the country's first hung parliament in 16 years. The powerful ruling party AKP party led by president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, lost its parliament majority as opposition parties made signficant gains. The AKP now needs to form a coalition government with the opposition for the first time in years. We explore the reasons for AKP's decline in garnered votes, the success of the Kurdish minority party, the complexities of forming a coalition government and what the Turks want from their new leaders.
This is a report by Jason Lim.
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