Polls suggest that Erdogan can lose parliamentary majority

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey could stage another election if the alliance between President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party and the nationalist MHP party cannot form a majority in parliament after Sunday's vote, the MHP leader said. Turks will vote on June 24 in presidential and parliamentary elections that will herald a

Turkey’s President Erdogan predicted to lose his parliamentary majority

By Middle East Affairs Predictions have President Erdogan losing his AK parliamentary majority in the presidential elections that he called for on June 24. As the president is wishing to change the structure of the government and switch Turkey to an executive presidency, June's elections are more than a year early than when

Turkish president announces early elections in June

By Middle East Affairs President Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that Turkey would hold its presidential and parliamentary elections early on June 24, saying the country needs to make a quick switch to an executive presidency, Reuters reported. The government didn't originally want early elections, which were supposed to be scheduled for November