Here are the profiles of the two alliances candidates’ for Turkey’s three biggest and most important cities: Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir.
With less than a day till the 2018 presidential and general elections in Turkey, here's a look at the political parties running, and their political inclinations.
With election activities in full swing, party flags, posters and campaign tents of political parties across Istanbul portray a contentious political atmosphere ahead of Turkey's upcoming polls.
Ten political parties are running in Turkey's parliamentary elections, seven of them set up two electoral alliances. Three parties support incumbent President Erdogan for the presidential election on the same day, while others appear as opposition.
Ankara has confirmed six candidates who will stand in the presidential election on June 24, as the nation heads to the polls to elect both their new president and new members of parliament.
Main opposition left-wing party, CHP, is in an electoral alliance with three right-wing and conservative parties to run in the June 24 elections. The idea of forming alliances is to give small parties a chance of having seats in the parliaments.
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