What Are Turkish Rulers Called?

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Turkey is a result of the crumbling of Ottoman empire and as such has become a member of the EU bordering nigh on muslim nation as well as European conformist. It had emperors in the ottoman era but switched to a formal president and an executive prime minister in its republic era.
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