Sinan Ogan, the so-called kingmaker in the Turkish elections, has a colourful political history and some strange views. Oga is alleged to have been a leftwinger in his youth and now represents some of the more far-right parties in the country, taking hardline positions on deporting Syrians and preventing the establishment of a Kurdish separatist state or what he calls a 'PKK-istan'.
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