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What’s next for the Turkish republic under President Erdogan?

Recep Tayyip Erdogan defeated his closest rival Muharrem Ince by more than 20 percent. While he won the popular vote his party was unable to gain a simple majority in parliament. It will need the help of its ally, the MHP to be able to pass key laws. Alongside the MHP, IYI party has emerged as another nationalist force. Together the two hold more than 20 percent seats in the parliament. And then there is the HDP -- the pro-Kurdish party's presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas - received 9% of the popular vote despite being behind bars on terrorism charges. The HDP once again crossed the 10 percent threshold to make it to the parliament depriving the AK Party of a significant number of seats in the parliament. Guests: Pinar Akpinar Researcher at the Istanbul Policy Center Vehbi Baysan Lecturer at Ibn Haldun University.

Thousands across the globe celebrate Turkey's election results

Thousands across the globe celebrate Turkey's election results

Turkey Elections: Erdogan is Turkey's first executive president

Turkey Elections: Erdogan is Turkey's first executive president

Turkey Elections 2018: Erdogan and the People's Alliance win

Turkey Elections 2018: Erdogan and the People's Alliance win

Turkey Elections: Recep Tayyip Erdogan wins election

Turkey Elections: Recep Tayyip Erdogan wins election

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

Ticket costs keep Iran's cinemas bare

Ticket costs keep Iran's cinemas bare

'Unite India' march draws to an end

'Unite India' march draws to an end

Netanyahu says govt to issue more civilian gun permits

Netanyahu says govt to issue more civilian gun permits

Plastic, metal and waste material accumulate in the Drina River

Plastic, metal and waste material accumulate in the Drina River

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