June 9, Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announcned his decision to resign in a procedural move once the ruling Justice and Development Party lots its majority in the parliamentary elections on June 7.
While Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's President accepted Davutoglu's resignation, he asked Davutoglu stays as the Prime Minister until a new government is formed.
The AK Party is expected to form a coalition and has 45 days to form a new government. In an event it fails to do so, the President can call for an early election.
None of the other parties which made it into the parliament are interested in a coalition with the ruling party.
Turkey cast its vote on June 7 in what many analysts describe as the country's most important election yet.