This weekend, 64 million Turkish voters will choose their next president. The country's leader of 20 years, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, moved the elections up by a month after facing criticism for his response to devastating earthquakes in February in which more than 50,000 people were killed. Millions of people were also left homeless in the aftermath, and now they represent a potentially decisive bloc of voters. As Durrie Bouscaren reports, the opposition hopes to speak to the concerns of earthquake survivors. But securing their votes is an uphill battle.
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