Sunday’s election in Turkey could decide the political future of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan — a leader whose decades in power have reshaped Turkey’s politics and its role in global affairs.
First as prime minister and then as president, Erdogan has faced moments of uncertainty (he survived a coup attempt in 2016). Over time, though, he has moved toward one-man rule, consolidating power and leveraging Turkey’s international sway.
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