What's the Difference between A Turkish Election and an Israeli Election?

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I spotted this report in the Turkish daily Hurriyet:

Sixty-four-year-old Ayşe Akın died of a heart attack after casting her vote in Antalya's Döşemealtı district on Sunday.

Akın arrived at the Mustafa-Ayten Aydın High School at around 8 a.m. with a relative to vote in the elections and climbed to the third floor of the building where her registered ballot box was.

Akın collapsed in front the ballot officials after casting her vote.

So here's the joke....

Question: What's the difference between a Turkish election, and an Israeli election?

Answer: In Turkey they die after they vote. 
In Israel they vote after they die.

[Don't Get-It? There is a long standing rumour that fraudulent votes have been cast in Israeli election, using the ID cards of deceased citizens.

Still don't find it funny? You've got a point, any joke which requires an explanation, is unlikely to be worth the trouble].


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