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From AKP to HDP: The main parties in Turkey's vote

Supporters listen to Turkish Prime Minister and Justice and Development (AK) party leader during an election campaign rally in Ankara on October 31, 2015More than 54 million Turks are eligible to cast their votes in a snap election Sunday called following an inconclusive vote in June. After a deadly bombing in Ankara and a resurgence in the Kurdish conflict, opinion polls suggest the vote will end with the same deadlock that in June stripped the ruling Justice and Development party of its majority for the first time in over a decade. Coalition talks are likely to follow, but Turkey could be thrust into yet another election if parties fail to forge a workable government.

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