Historic Parliament Gains Could Transform Turkey's Political Landscape

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Sunday's parliamentary elections mean big change in Turkey — good news for Kurds, secularists and other minorities; bad news for President Erdoğan, his drive for personal power and his Islamist political party.  It also means new instability in a region awash in deadly violence.

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Photo: Billboard of Turkish Presidential canditate Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Istanbul. (Osman Orsal/VOA)