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Turkish Presidential Candidate Muharrem Ince Withdraws from Race, Boosting Erdogan's Main Rival
Muharrem Ince, a candidate in Turkey's presidential election, has announced his withdrawal from the race. This decision is expected to benefit President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's main challenger, Kemal Kilicdaroglu. Ince faced criticism for potentially splitting the votes of the Nation Alliance, a six-party coalition supporting Kilicdaroglu. There were concerns that Ince's candidacy might lead to a second-round election. Ince stated that he was withdrawing for the sake of the country. Although his popularity had dropped to around 2% in opinion surveys, Ince mentioned that his party, Homeland Party, would still participate in the parliamentary elections and urged voters to support it. In the previous presidential election in 2018, Ince had run against Erdogan as part of the main opposition party but later formed his own party.
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