May 3, 2023

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan joined his supporters in chanting the lyrics of a song.

This came during an election festival in the capital, Ankara.

Turkey is heading towards presidential and parliamentary elections at the same time, on May 14, in a scene described as historic because it coincides with the first centenary of the founding of the Turkish Republic.

Four candidates are running for the presidency from a different partisan alliance, they are the current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on behalf of the “Public” coalition, opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu on behalf of the “nation” coalition or what is known as the “six-party table”, and the leader of the country party, Muharram Ince, on behalf of his party and the nationalist politician. Sinan Ogan for the “ancestors” alliance.

On the other hand, 24 parties are running in the parliamentary elections in a race to obtain the largest number of seats in the parliament, which has a total of 600 seats.

While polling has begun in many other countries, it is expected to start in Turkey from 8 am on Sunday 14 May.

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