The exchange rate might fall again after the elections in June depending on who wins although the AKP will almost certainly win as Erdogan has ways to make people vote
Interestingly the CHP have offered if they win to pay off the credit card debts of 5 Million citizens to the banks.
that might be a winner
Mr Cameron take note
Also for anyone visiting in June and travelling around see below
Turkey will hold important parliamentary elections on Sunday, June 7, 2015, and travelers to Turkey at that time should be aware of events.
The dominant Justice and Development Party (AKP) is hoping to gain an absolute majority in parliament large enough for it to alter the country's constitution and establish a "strong presidential system" of government.
Smaller parties will try to increase their presence in Turkey's legislature.
It will be a significant election for the country's future. Emotions may be high, and there may be tension, rallies and demonstrations on days leading up to the elections, on election day (Sunday, June 7th) and on days following the elections, particularly in the largest cities.
If you are visiting Turkey on or around June 7, 2015, keep in touch with the news, ask about any potential trouble spots near where you will be, and avoid them.
Most of Turkey, and most of any city, will be fine to visit so long as you are aware of current happenings.
Note also that Ramazan (Ramadan) begins on Thursday, June 18, 2015, and lasts for a month. It will affect how you travel in Turkey.
Johnnetplus (21st April) : EDITED THIS POST TO REDUCE THE SPACE AFTER THE COMMENTS.