TURKEY VOTES: Erdoğan Faces Strongest Opposition in Years

Turkey is gearing up to elect a new president and parliament in less than two weeks. In the run-up to that crucial vote, CivilNet will be airing a new segment each day with Rober Koptaş, the editor in chief of Aras, a bilingual Armenian-Turkish publishing house in Istanbul. In the first episode, Koptaş discusses how Turkey’s Armenians perceive the upcoming elections and assesses President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s chances of securing yet another term in office. Available in English and Armenian, we aim to break down the historic elections and explain what they mean for Armenians and for Armenia.

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