In Turkey, not everybody is singing from the same songbook. Music videos on social media like this one deployed by those calling for a no vote in the country's referendum on Sunday. The yes vote would hand sweeping new powers, too much power, critics say, to President Tayyip Erdoğan. No campaign has accused the government of harassment and media control in the run up to the referendum.
And they hope songs like one no is enough will spread their message.>> We are joyful but crying blood inside. There is irony, a bit of foolish optimism in saying one no is enough. What we want to stress this by the pessimistic picture is that no is a very important option.
Let's use our right to object.>> Low campaigners say they are harassed when they try to distribute leaflets, and have posters torn down. Members of their youth and women's branches reportedly detained. They estimate the yes campaign has had ten times the coverage in state media. The ruling AK party says the referendum will allow it to speed up law making, and roll out tax and investment reforms.
Erdoğan quite a vote against change with support for the Kurdistan worker's party, or PKK, which is considered a terrorist organization by Turkey.>>
> Who says no? Those who want to divide and secede from this country say no.
>> With just days to go, the race looks too close to call. The No campaign hopes there's still time to win over the 10% of voters who are yet to pick a side.