Turkey's Secularists Find Religion

The choice of a devout candidate to run for president in August suggests Turkey's secular opposition is finally understanding what it will take to regain power.
The great religious hope for Turkey's secularists.                                                  

The party of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Turkey's great force for secularism, has picked a moderately religious man as its candidate for August's presidential election -- a sign that at last it may be approaching that moment when lost political parties change to become electable again.

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