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Erdogan wins: But Turkey more divided than ever (part 1)

What now for Turkey and its president? President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won 51 percent of the vote in a referendum of which the result will break with nearly a century of parliament being the centre of power. The opposition is contesting the result to give Erdogan enhanced executive powers. Despite a crackdown on dissent and one-sided campaign coverage, it was - in the end - still a tight score. Why was it so close?

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A programme prepared by Andrew Hilliar, Chris Davies and Jessica Sestili

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