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Even though elections in Turkey are generally considered “free and fair” by the international community, there are procedures that cast a shadow of doubt. This is particularly the case regarding some practices of the Supreme Election Board (YSK) – the body responsible for the elections. At a time of dramatic political polarization, as well as three approaching elections, this article draws attention to the potential for election fraud in Turkey.

 

 

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