Power Shift in Turkey For the first time in a decade a single party holds a clear majority in Turkey's legislature. Many Turks hope the predominantly Islamic Justice and Development Party can pull the nation out of economic lethargy. But some non-Muslims fear religious divisions may flare. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

Turkey Surveys New Political Power Structure

Turkey Surveys New Political Power Structure

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For the first time in a decade a single party holds a clear majority in Turkey's legislature. Many Turks hope the predominantly Islamic Justice and Development Party can pull the nation out of economic lethargy. But some non-Muslims fear religious divisions may flare. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.