How social media influenced Turkey's election campaigns: Looking back
As of 6 pm local time in Turkey, all elections campaigns have been stopped to give few hours of rest to the voters in Turkey.
Following the sale of the Doğan Media Group to a pro-government businessman in March, more than 90 percent of the media is controlled by pro-government media groups. This leaves little space for the opposition to make themselves heard and as a result, they have naturally turned to social media to reach their supporters for the election on June 24. The touch of Turkey’s millennials could be felt in most of the social media materials, as all parties tried to attract young voters.
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