ISTANBUL — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has had a string of electoral victories since his party came to power in 2002, appears to have emerged stronger than ever after supporters rallied behind his government and helped rebuff an attempted coup last week.
Analysts predict Erdogan, who has dominated politics first as prime minister and then as president, may capitalize on developments to change the constitution and formalize a more robust role for the president.
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