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Erdogan Political Machine Begins Gearing for Elections

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  • Markets expect the signing of a grain accord on Friday, with UN’s General Secretary flying to Istanbul today to witness the signature of the deal brokered by Turkey. The US has publicly expressed scepticism that Russia will abide by the terms of the deal, but the UN remain of the view that the deal will be critically important for global food security.
  • Aksam reports that President Erdogan will formally begin his re-election campaign in September this year. His campaign is to begin with 100 days of gathering the population’s worst fears, before compiling a formal report at the end of the process for the party leadership, that will inform Erdogan’s roadmap to the 2023 vote.
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  • Markets expect the signing of a grain accord on Friday, with UN’s General Secretary flying to Istanbul today to witness the signature of the deal brokered by Turkey. The US has publicly expressed scepticism that Russia will abide by the terms of the deal, but the UN remain of the view that the deal will be critically important for global food security.
  • Aksam reports that President Erdogan will formally begin his re-election campaign in September this year. His campaign is to begin with 100 days of gathering the population’s worst fears, before compiling a formal report at the end of the process for the party leadership, that will inform Erdogan’s roadmap to the 2023 vote.