The good news is that Turkey’s opposition is recovering from its long-time inertia. That is not to say this will lead to an election victory on June 24, which may not happen for many reasons. But it is at least a good thing. Thanks to the resistance of nationalist İYİ (Good) Party leader Meral Aksener, the opposition could not come together on the joint candidacy of ex-President Abdullah Gül, which would have been a total surrender to the ruling ideology. As a result, the parties who have formed an election alliance are now running with their own candidates.