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it's now one month since turkey's ruling party lost its majority in parliament for the first time and turks are still waiting to see what the shape of the next government will be , prime minister dato lou says talks on forming a new coalition will begin next week , try to convince took some of whom remember that fractious coalition governments of the nineteen nineties that really the only option is single party rule in that what needs to happen is for another elections take place , there are three specific difficulties in the coalition negotiations now one of them is the role of antoine himself opposition parties have made clear that they want him to step back they don't want to see him meddling in daily government affairs at the second difficult issue is the county's peace process and another difficulty is the situation on the border with syria where there is an increasing speculation that turkey may be forced to mount some sort of incursion into syria , attacked its borders once president data on hands the mandate to form a government to w. told who had this clock starts ticking on a forty five day period for negotiations , police it if not government is formed within that time then that raises the prospect of another election