Ahmet Davutoğlu was Prime Minister of Turkey from 2014, before differences with President Erdoğan saw him resign in 2016. He is a political scientist academic who was appointed ambassador, chief advisor to the Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and then Prime Minister in rapid succession. In 2019, Davutoğlu resigned from the AKP and launched a new political party, the Future Party, becoming its first leader.
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