Turkey is holding early elections.
So why does it matter?
Well, it’s because Turkey matters and so who’s in charge in this crucial country has worldwide importance.
Turkey has the second largest army in Nato.
It’s a vital western ally bordering Syria and Iraq.
It’s still a candidate for EU membership and one of the twenty largest economies
and it has a key role in the Muslim world.
This election could cement President Erdogan in power or unseat him and radically change Turkey’s direction.
Here’s what you need to know: There are presidential and parliamentary elections on the same day.
If no presidential candidate wins over 50%, the top two go to a run-off a fortnight later.
If Mr Erdogan wins, he’ll bring in a new much more powerful presidency, scrapping the prime minister,
issuing decrees and appointing ministers.
His main challengers say they wouldn’t bring in that change.