Turkish President To Be Decided In Runoff Election

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Turkey’s Presidential election will be decided in a runoff election on May 28 after incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdogan got more votes than main opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu, but not enough for an all-out victory. Turkey, NATO member and strategically located between Europe and the Middle East, has been ruled by Erdogan for the last 20 years and currently is favored to win the runoff election.  Kilicdaroglu, however, remained hopeful tweeting, “Don’t lose hope…. We will get up and win this election together.”