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Monday, March 19, 2018

Reports about the resignation of the Prime Minister Davutoglu, the Turkish Lira has fallen off

At the extraordinary Congress of the ruling Turkish party of justice and development in the resignation may be sent to the Prime Minister and the leader of the party, Ahmet Davutoglu. Against these news the exchange rate of the Turkish currency has sharply gone down.

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Ahmet Davutoglu

The inevitable resignation of Davutoglu Reuters has reported, several sources in the party. According to them, the decision was taken after a ninety minute meeting the head of government with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Care Davutoglu, apparently, was the result of conflict between the Prime Minister and the President. The last few weeks, it became obvious that the relations of Erdogan and Davutoglu was split.

Davutoglu, in particular, criticized Erdogan for his desire to change the parliamentary system of governance in the presidential, concentrating all power in his hands.

Views were divided Prime Minister and President in the course of the transaction with the European Union, in which Ankara promised not to allow the territory of the Old world of new refugees. The author of this agreement was Davutoglu and his leaving could trigger the rejection of the agreements.

The political crisis could not affect the Turkish currency — the Lira fell by 3.9 percent, but the next day was able to play one item.

According to Turkish media, after the departure Davutoglu the government will be headed by the Minister of energy Berat Albayrak, who is married to the daughter of Erdogan.

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