2 Turkish Ministers Resign

2 Turkish Ministers Resign

Two ministers from Turkey’s pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democracy Party resigned from the interim government on Tuesday, the private channel NTV said. EU affairs minister, Ali Haydar Konca, and development minister, Muslum Dogan, had joined the caretaker government ahead of snap elections due on Nov. 1, the first time in Turkish history that representatives of a pro-Kurdish party had taken seats in the government.


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