Temel Karamollaoglu leans back on a deep sofa in a private hangar at Istanbul’s Atatürk airport and reflects on where his old comrade Recep Tayyip Erdogan lost his way.
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Mr Karamollaoglu was once a close ally and friend of the Turkish president. They were both members of the Islamist Welfare party in the 1980s and struggled together as Muslim politicians trying to find space for religion under Turkey’s aggressively secular constitution.
But today Mr Karamollaoglu is a leading member of a coalition working to defeat Mr Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Sunday’s elections.
“Although they are called the Justice and Development party, justice has gone out of their door,” said…
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