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>> Turks living in Germany queuing up to cast their vote in a referendum on whether to expand the powers of President Tayyip Erdogan. Their say might have a significant impact on the final result since Germany's home to the biggest Turkish community outside the country. Those in favor, argue that political stability is a plus.
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> Based on the current political situation, I will vote no. For my country, because I love my country, for the future, for my Turkey, and for my grandchildren and for all the children in Turkey, I will say no. Tensions between Berlin and Ankara escalated after German authorities cancelled several pro Erdogan rallies in the country ahead of the vote.
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While the German officials put it down to security concerns, Erdogan accused them of using Nazi tactics. Voting's underway for Turks in France too. The final result will only be known after voters back home cast their vote on April 16th.