"A moscow says drop out of next month's re-election to the post of mayor of the Turkish city of Istanbul."
"It is considered to increase the possibilities for president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's opponents and win the election."
"In the elections on 31 march dropped Erdogan's AK party to power in both Istanbul and Ankara – the nation's two largest cities – then the party and its islamist representatives governed the towns in 25 years. It was a heavy blow to president Erdogan – but he claimed shortcomings in the electoral process and on Monday, the Supreme electoral commission that the election must be made."
"Now publishes Muammer Aydin from the left-wing party DSP that he drop out of the re-election on 23 June, and according to news channel NTV think DSP did not launch any other candidate."
"Aydin, received just over 30 000 votes in the elections in march. It is not surely that these voters are instead going to Imamoglu, but both parties have a basically secular ushered a major period. In addition, several small parties said that they will support Imamoglu in protest against the choice taken."