Turkey's main secularist opposition suggested rotating the post of prime minister with a nationalist party on Friday, in an effort to win support for a coalition government excluding the ruling AK Party. The AKP lost its parliamentary majority for the first time in a June 7 election, dealing a blow to President Tayyip Erdogan's ambitions of amassing greater power and leaving the party he founded in need of a junior coalition partner. Erdogan is expected to formally ask Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, leader of the AKP, next week to try to form a coalition.
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