In Turkey, there were protests against the fall of the lira exchange rate. About it informs Halk TV.
The actions took place in Ankara and Istanbul. According to the TV channel, protesters demanded the resignation of the Turkish government and the removal of the ruling Justice and Development Party.
In Ankara, the action escalated into clashes with the police.
The street heats up against the transformation of the crisis into an opportunity for the public and an opportunity for the bourgeoisie. As in many parts of Istanbul, they took to the streets with the slogans “Long live our honorable struggle!”, three people were detained under torture, the action continued. #to the street#general strike pic.twitter.com/nOVRmNW6NH
— Alinteri (@GazeteAlinteri) November 23, 2021
Earlier it became known that the collapse of the Turkish currency set an anti-record. The exchange rate fell from 11.37 to 13.21 lira per dollar. The fall was a reaction to President Erdogan’s statements about the benefits of the Central Bank’s policy of lowering interest rates.
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