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Turkey election: Turkey's religious liberated or stifled?

Turkey holds a general election in less than two weeks as debate intensifies about the future of a country that bridges East and West.

The governing AK party is seeking a fourth term, though critics accuse it of seeking to stifle dissent.

In the run up to the poll, the BBC is travelling across Turkey to see how its people view the future.

Mark Lowen reports from the conservative eastern city of Konya where the AK party, with its religious roots, has strong support.

  • 27 May 2015
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