Protests in Turkey: Demanding Resignation of Government

People check exchange rates at currency exchange offices in Istanbul

The Turkish lira fell to 13.45 per dollar, hitting an all-time low. This sparked massive protests in Ankara and Istanbul.

Massive protests began in Turkey. Citizens took to the streets in Istanbul and Ankara to demand the resignation of the government in the face of the economic crisis, Turkish media reported.

People are unhappy with the collapse of the lira against the US dollar. By the evening of November 23, 13.4 lire was given for one dollar.

In connection with the protests, the police closed off Istanbul’s Taksim Square.

After a record fall in the national currency, people are afraid of rising food prices.

We will remind, the statement of the President of the country Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the intention to win his “economic war for independence” collapsed Turkish lira.

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