Turkish candidates brace for surprises ahead of Sunday vote

Candidates are bracing for surprises at a crucial time in the political landscape as a large number of swing voters have been shifting allegiances

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    Candidates in Turkey's snap election are making a final push to win support ahead of the vote on Sunday.

    They're bracing for surprises at a crucial time in the political landscape as a large number of swing voters have been shifting allegiances.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall explains from Gaziantep, in northwestern Turkey.


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