You intend to turn left. Does the oncoming vehicle have an obligation to stop in order to allow you to turn?
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It is true that you are driving on a priority road. However, this also applies to the oncoming car, as the entire road is a priority road. You have the greatest obligations in this situation, because you intend to cross the path of the oncoming car:
“A driver who shall turn at a junction or who shall leave or cross the lane he or she is driving on shall ensure that this can be done without obstructing oncoming traffic or road-users on the lane the driver intends to drive onto.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
The oncoming car has almost arrived at the junction already. It is clear that you do not have time to turn beforehand. You must wait.
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