Wednesday's dailies focused on the Turkish prime minister's remarks on naming their presidential candidate next week; reactions to Turkish central bank's cut on interest rates and a new reform package.
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Today's Turkish newspapers featured the news that Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made public that his ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party nominee for the presidential election will be revealed on July 1. HABERTURK quoted Erdogan saying, "The elected government and elected president will run the country together."
HURRIYET DAILY NEWS runs with the headline "AKP sets date to name presidential candidate," quoting Erdogan "The presidency will no longer be a ceremonial post. The distance between the state and the people will be removed, they will embrace each other."
The August voting will be the first time in
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YENISAFAK reports that the central bank cut the benchmark interest rate from 9.5 percent to 8.75 percent after Erdogan criticized the bank for maintaining high interest rates which could impact economic growth.
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