Interviewed on the spot, in Istanbul, many voters expressed their desire for change. After two decades in power, Recep Tayyip Erdogan would no longer be unanimous. His rival, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, a major opposition candidate, intends to take advantage of this. In the polls, they are neck and neck. If Erdogan highlights his economic and industrial achievements, his opponent promises more freedom and democracy. Promises that resonate well with Turkish youth eager for freedom and emancipation. This Sunday, will we witness the end of Erdogan’s rule over Turkey?