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If no presidential candidate gets over 50 percent of the votes on Sunday, a second round will take place on May 28.
On Friday, Türkiye's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu criticized the United States for leading a Western media campaign to rig the country's upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections due to take place on Sunday.
"Everyone knows that the United States seeks to carry out a coup in this country every ten years," he said, adding that Washington has encouraged attacks on Turkish politicians during the electoral process.
"I am one of the people most vulnerable to attacks and insults through foreign social media accounts. The United States is interfering in these elections."
"Kilchdar Oglu is the candidate of the United States and all his projects refer to that. He also voted against the memorandums to extend Turkish operations in Syria."