Opinion Erdogan Wobbled. But Can He Really Be Toppled?

Two opposition parties - one mercilessly suppressed, the other subject to underhand attacks - broke 17 years of ‘invincible’ Erdogan in local elections. But the Turkish president’s still got plenty of support – and power

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The polls should have been a sleepy affair. They were local elections for mayoral and municipal offices. And last weekend was the seventh time in five years that Turkey had held elections.