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Erdoğan sees ’democratic revolution’

ISTANBUL – Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan expects a high turnout at the presidential and parliamentary elections in his country Sunday. “The participation looks good,” he declared just after he himself his voice was released in Istanbul.

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

He underlined the importance of the vote. “At this moment, going to Turkey with this election right by a democratic revolution,” said the head of state.

In the meantime, reported the largest opposition party, CHP irregularities at polling stations in the south-east of the country. In the district of Suruc in the province of Sanliurfa would armed men walking in, and voters threaten. Furthermore, observers are stopped.

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