Turkish PM submits cabinet's resignation to President
According to Turkish constitution, the new government should be formed within 45 days after election
In Turkey , Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has submitted his cabinet's resignation to the President.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accepted the resignation and asked the cabinet to continue its duties until the formation of a new government.
Once the final results of elections are officially announced, the newly elected deputies of the Grand National Assembly will be sworn in within five days.
According to Turkish constitution, the new government should be formed within 45 days.
The President can call for fresh elections if the parliament does not support a coalition government.