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Turkey Lira notes

THE unravelling of the Turkish lira threatens to erode Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s grasp on the economy and is already emboldening his political opponents.

Small protests erupted in Istanbul and Ankara overnight, calling for an end to economic mismanagement that’s unleashed rapid inflation and triggered the currency’s longest losing streak in two decades.

Police erected barriers in parts of the commercial capital as protesters vented their fury against the ruling AK Party.

Erdogan’s push for lower interest rates is intended to turbo-boost growth, create jobs and revive his flagging popularity ahead of general elections in 2023, but the resulting price shocks are having the opposite effect.

After two decades in power, his party could be facing a point of no return.

Analysts, central bank veterans and political rivals warned that inflation – already running at 20% – was bound to spiral higher, and make many Turks poorer, and angrier.Erdogan’s (pic) push for lower interest rates is intended to turbo-boost growth, create jobs and revive his flagging popularity ahead of general elections in 2023, but the resulting price shocks are having the opposite effect.

“The latest turmoil will push undecided voters upset by the economic outlook into opposition ranks,” said Can Selcuki, head of Istanbul-based pollster Turkiye Raporu. “The odds of the ruling party falling short of 30% support rate permanently have increased.”

The push for lower borrowing costs is hardly new for Erdogan, who has long argued that cheaper money slows inflation – a view that defies mainstream economics.

Driving credit-fuelled growth before elections has worked for Erdogan in the past. But the accumulating impact of that policy, rising income inequalities, and the damage wrought by Covid, means the potential social costs are much bigger this time.

The lira sank on Tuesday, capping the second-biggest plunge in 20 years. The yield on Turkey’s 10-year lira bonds jumped to 21.1%, the highest since May 2019.

The currency has lost two-thirds of its value in the last three years, making life more expensive in the nation of 84 million.

The 2023 election will be the first since his shock defeat in the 2019 municipal vote, where key battlegrounds including Istanbul and the capital Ankara were lost to the opposition for the first time in a quarter century.

On Tuesday Erdogan waved off the idea of early elections.

“Around 60% of the population lost all hope in the government’s ability to solve Turkey’s economic problems over the next 12 months,” according to Mehmet Ali Kulat, head of Istanbul-based pollster MAK Danismanlik.

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