TURKEY VOTES: Turkish election goes to run-off as opposition disappoints in the polls

As Turkey’s presidential election heads to a runoff, slated for May 28, Aras Publishing House Editor-in-Chief Rober Koptaş joins CivilNet to discuss what turned out to be a disappointing night for Turkey’s opposition. Koptaş explains what Sunday’s election results may mean for Turkey’s Armenian community and for Armenia.

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