Turkish presidential election 2018 | IN 60 SECONDS

On June 24th, 2018, Turks will go to the polls in an election that pits five candidates against its current president, the dictator-esque Recep Tayyip Erdogan. AEI’s Michael Rubin argues that, in Turkey, the era of fair elections is long gone, and that the five opposing candidates pose zero threat to Erdogan’s hegemony.

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