Turkey's MHP wants early election if coalition efforts fail
ANKARA - Reuters
Cihan PhotoTurkey should hold a new election if the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is unable to agree a coalition with parliament's two other opposition parties, the leader of the right-wing Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) said on June 7.
"The first possibility for a coalition should be between the AKP and (pro-Kurdish) HDP. The second model can consist of AKP, (main opposition) CHP and HDP," Bahçeli said.
"If all these scenarios fail, then early elections must be held."