Under heavy rain, a man walks past billboards of Turkey's Prime Minister and leader of the Justice and Development Party, known as the AKP, Ahmet Davutoglu in Istanbul, Turkey, Friday, June 5, 2015. The billboards read in Turkish: "For a stronger economy, the second act is beginning." Turkey will hold a general election on June 7, 2015, and approximately 56 million Turkish voters are eligible to cast their ballots to elect the 550 members of the Grand National Assembly.
Under heavy rain, a man walks past billboards of Turkey's Prime Minister and leader of the Justice and Development Party, known as the AKP, Ahmet Davutoglu in Istanbul, Turkey, Friday, June 5, 2015. The billboards read in Turkish: "For a stronger economy, the second act is beginning." Turkey will hold a general election on June 7, 2015, and approximately 56 million Turkish voters are eligible to cast their ballots to elect the 550 members of the Grand National Assembly. AP
Under heavy rain, a man walks past billboards of Turkey's Prime Minister and leader of the Justice and Development Party, known as the AKP, Ahmet Davutoglu in Istanbul, Turkey, Friday, June 5, 2015. The billboards read in Turkish: "For a stronger economy, the second act is beginning." Turkey will hold a general election on June 7, 2015, and approximately 56 million Turkish voters are eligible to cast their ballots to elect the 550 members of the Grand National Assembly. AP

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