Turkey goes to polls in crucial elections
Gray Wolves, the supporters of Turkey’s opposition Nationalist Action Party, MHP, cheer MHP leader Devlet Bahceli as he addresses an election rally in Istanbul, Turkey, Sunday, May 31, 2015. (AP)

Turks are expected go to the polls on Sunday in the closest parliamentary election in more than a decade, one that could pave the way for President Tayyip Erdogan to amass greater power or end 12 years of single-party rule for the AK Party he founded.

Turkey’s most popular yet most divisive politician, Erdogan seeks a large majority for the ruling AK Party to boost his powers.

He says a U.S.-style executive presidency is necessary to bolster the regional influence and economic advances of NATO-member Turkey.
 
 
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