Turkey’s election has resulted in a hung parliament. Since 2002, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s AK party had always won outright. This year, however, the party lost its parliamentary majority and its share of the vote fell to its lowest level in 13 years. We are in uncharted waters, and it is difficult to anticipate what the next steps will be. According to The Guardian here's what might happen, Once the president gives the mandate to form a government – which all but certainly will be given to prime minister and AK party leader Ahmet Davutoğlu first – the mandatee will have 45 days to form a government.
Erdoğan has recognised no single party won a mandate to govern alone in Sunday’s election. His tone was unusually conciliatory, but also grounded in the simple truth that any government would need to win a confidence vote in parliament – and based on provisional results, the AK party is 17 short of a majority.
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