Former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has announced the birth of his new political party in Turkey.
It was surprising that the emergence of Khaled Al Khoja, the former head of the Syrian opposition coalition, who held this position in 2015 represented a broad spectrum of parties, currents, and personalities under the banner of the coalition representing the Syrian opposition, under the name “Albetkin Hujaoglu”, one of the founders of the new Ahmed Davutoglu party, which launched It has the name of the Future Party.
Khaled Al Khoja appeared at the ceremony announcing the birth of the new Turkish party and the opening ceremony included a presentation of the founding party members, interspersed with a display of the image of Khoja, next to which his name was written in the Turkish language (Albetkin Hujaoglu, and according to the list of founders of the party the name of Albetkin or Khaled Al Khoja appears in front of the number 17 from a list consisting of It has 154 members, and it is by number considered one of the narrow circle of founders, most of whom defected from the ruling Justice and Development Party.
The launch of former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to his new political party, “the Future Party”, is a step that challenges the companion of his former coach, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after his resignation from the ruling Justice and Development Party last September in protest against Erdogan’s management style.
Davutoglu announced the launch of his new party, at an induction conference held in the capital, Ankara, in the presence of more than 150 party founders.