Turkey's PM pledges to put chair up for auction after election
On Sunday, Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim pledged to put his chair up for auction as his position will be abolished in the transition to the presidential system after the ongoing general election, MENAFN.COM reported.
"Let these elections be good for the people for the country. Turkey is going to new horizons and will continue its way." And my [prime minister's] chair will remain with me. I will put it up for auction," Yildirim said in Izmir, where he voted in the election, as quoted by the NTV channel.