The Turkish opposition held a rally of many thousands, demanding the resignation of Erdogan

The manifest was broadcast on & nbsp; & laquo; Twitter & raquo; on the & nbsp; page of the leader of the opposition Republican People's Party of the country Kemal Kilicdaroglu. He & nbsp; urged Turkish citizens to & nbsp; unification, including those who in the past voted for & nbsp; the incumbent president.

“ For & nbsp; to win everyone, we & nbsp; will go to & nbsp; elections and & nbsp; ballot boxes for & nbsp; we will overthrow this dictatorship. I & nbsp; give you my word & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; Kilicdaroglu stated.

In & nbsp; turn, Turkish President Erdogan said that & nbsp; gathered more people for his rally than & nbsp; opposition. Speaking to his supporters in & nbsp; Siirt, in the & nbsp; southeast of the country, he called on Turkish citizens to maintain confidence in the & nbsp; national economy.

“ He & nbsp; (Kylychdaroglu. & mdash; & nbsp; Approx. Life) was not & nbsp; able to gather as many people in & nbsp; Mersin as we have here in & nbsp; Siirt. He asked to provide him with a larger area, but & nbsp; even though & nbsp; would fill that & nbsp;. We will & nbsp; achieve the stabilization of the price situation & nbsp; already in the & nbsp; first half of next year and & nbsp; will continue to resolutely fight & nbsp; any unfair overpricing & nbsp; & nbsp; & mdash; Erdogan said, speaking to Siirt.

One of the & nbsp; reasons for the latest rise in prices, according to Erdogan, is a strong rise in the price of raw materials on world markets. The Turkish leader said that the & nbsp; government of the country is always on the & nbsp; side of manufacturers and & nbsp; employers, supports the idea of ​​low interest rates for & nbsp; development of the economy.

Earlier, Life reported that & nbsp; Erdogan replaced the head of the Ministry of Finance amid a record collapse of the exchange rate lyre. The new minister advocates & nbsp; a policy of low interest rates, which is supported by the Turkish leader himself.

The Turkish lira has been devalued by & nbsp; 70% since the beginning of the year. Recently, some citizens went out to & nbsp; '' the protest of empty pots '', and & nbsp; the country's authorities introduced quotas for & nbsp; the purchase of coffee and & nbsp; sugar.