Inside Europe: Erdogan tightens his grip on power
| 05:45 mins.
Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, won an absolute majority of 53 percent in last weekend's presidential vote. Now he has sweeping executive powers that Turks narrowly backed in a referendum last year. Keith Walker speaks with DW reporter Chase Winter, a Middle East analyst with expertise in Turkey and Kurdish affairs, and starts by asking him essentially what the result means.