1980s|11th Parliament of Turkey (up to 27 May)
Leader of the opposition
23rd government of Turkey (up to 27 May)
24th government of Turkey (from 27 May)
2 April – In Yeşilhisar, because of the interference of ruling party partisans İsmet İnönü the leader of the opposition was not able to continue his election campaign
27 April – The ruling party formed a committee (popularly called Sancar komisyonu) to convict the opposition
5 May - Demonstrations in Ankara (known as 555K)
27 May - Coup d'état
12 June - Beşiktaş won the championship of Turkish football league.
22 October - Census (population 27754820)
15 November- 14 members of the junta were appointed to diplomatic missionaries (exiled)
23 January – Güldal Akşit, politician
3 February – İlyas Tüfekçi, footballer
8 May – Recep Akdağ, MD and politician
14 May – Sinan Alaağaç, footballer (goalkeeper)
11 June Mehmet Öz, MD
18 November – Yeşim Ustaoğlu, filmmaker and screenwriter
26 December – Cem Uzan, industralist and politician
22 May - İbrahim Çallı (aged 78), painter
30 May – Namık Gedik (aged 49), former minister of Interior (suicide)
23 June – İsmail Hakkı Tonguç (aged 67), one of the founders of the Village Institutes.
29 July – Hasan Saka (aged 74), a former prime minister (1940s)
1960 in Turkey Wikipedia
Events in the year 1960 in Turkey.