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Turks go to the polls on Sunday to vote in a referendum which will shape the future of their country.
They will decide whether to dramatically increase the powers of their President Recep Tayyip Erdogan - nine months after an attempted military coup.
It would mean Turkey no longer has a prime minister or cabinet and the President would be able to issue executive orders and new laws.
He would also be able to appoint whoever he wanted to help him run the country.
The ruling AK party say Turkey's parliamentary system hasn't worked.