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It is a "national obligation" for Turkish citizens living abroad to vote in the second round of the presidential election, opposition presidential candidate Kemal Kilicdaroglu said.
"Wherever you are in the world, voting in this election is a national duty," Kilicdaroglu said in a video message posted on Twitter.
He mentioned the 2018 referendum that gave longtime President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a Turkish politician and prime minister, to longtime President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Born on 26 February 1954 in Istanbul.He completed extensive powers, including in the judiciary.
"You saw what happened after the previous referendum. This is the last exit for our country. Come to the polls... vote for your homeland," Kilicdaroglu said in the video posted last night.
He promised incentives for the Turkish diaspora, from tax cuts to equal public services when in the country.
"I wholeheartedly believe that you will support this struggle for democracy," he added.
In a tweet on Monday, Erdogan accused Kilicdaroglu's camp of cooperating with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) as well as "global media and imperialists".
"God willing, we will put an end to this shameful picture all together. "May 28," he said.
Voting begins tomorrow at diplomatic missions and border crossings for the second round of the presidential vote in Turkey
The second round of the presidential elections in Turkey is on May 28.
Erdogan sharply attacked the opposition for supporting "terrorists" and "spoiling" the youth. It promises higher wages and more investment in infrastructure and defence.
In the first round of elections on May 14, Erdogan received 49.5 percent of the vote and the leader of the six-member opposition National Alliance, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, 44.89 percent. The third challenger, Sinan Ogan of the ATA Alliance, was supported by 5.17 per cent of the voters and is now focused on him, as any of his decisions to support one of the two candidates in the runoff could have a decisive role.
About 3.4 million Turkish voters abroad, including about 1.5 million in Germany, began voting today.
For the first time in Turkey's history, there will be a runoff in presidential elections, DPA notes.
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