Turkish coalition talks fail paving the way for new election
Negotiations between the ruling AKP party and its rival CHP have ended in failure, Turkish politicians said. Early elections are a “strong possibility” according to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Representatives of the two biggest parties in Turkey met for a last-ditch effort on Thursday, but failed to reach a power-sharing deal.
“We have not been successful in assuring a favorable base for the creation of a government,” Turkish prime minister Davutoglu, a member of the ruling AKP party, told reporters.
“There is a strong possibility of appealing to the national will,” he added, referring to new snap polls. Davutoglu also stated that he would prefer an election “as soon as possible.”
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