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Turkey 2023: will the economy decide the election?

For the first time in his 20-year term, President Erdogan faces a run-off in Turkey’s presidential election. Our Turkey correspondent, Piotr Zalewski, explains why the economy might be a deciding factor on voters' minds.

00:00 - Turkey’s run-off elections
00:49 - High stakes
01:26 - Tactics
02:31 - The price of victory

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