1980s|12th Parliament of Turkey
President – Cemal Gürsel
Prime Minister –İsmet İnönü
Leader of the opposition- Ragıp Gümüşpala
Ruling party - Republican People’s Party (CHP) (with coalition partners New Turkey Party (YTP) and Republican Villagers Nation Party (CKMP)up to 25 December, and then with the Independents)
Main opposition - Justice Party (AP)
27th government of Turkey (up to 25 December)
28th government of Turkey (from 25 December)
1 February – Two airplanes collided over Ankara. 87 deaths
27 March – Demonstrations against Justice Party (AP)
21 May – Attempted coup by Talat Aydemir.
26 June - Galatasaray won the championship of Turkish football league.
12 September – Ankara Agreement between the European Union and Turkey
17 November – Local elections
27 November – After the prime minister İsmet İnönü went to United States to attend the funeral of John Kennedy, New Turkey Party a coalition partner withdrew from the government. This ended the 27th government.
23 December - Bloody Christmas in Cyprus where Turkish villages were attacked
24 December - Turkish military planes flew over Cyprus as a warning (without any action)
1 January -Fatih Altaylı, journalist
2 February - Rıza Çalımbay, footballer and maneger
10 February - Candan Erçetin, singer
1 March - Aydan Şener, actress
14 August - Yaprak Özdemiroğlu, ballet dancer and actress
16 September -Yonca Evcimik, singer and actress
10 October - Hülya Avşar, model and actress
10 November - Tanju Çolak, footballer
29 November - Emine Ülker Tarhan, politician, lawyer
3 May Abdülhak Şinasi Hisar (aged 76), novelist
2 October – Refet Bele (aged 82), retired general who participated in the Turkish War of Independence
3 June Nazım Hikmet (aged 61), poet
31 October Mesut Cemil (aged 61), musician
1963 in Turkey Wikipedia
Events in the year 1963 in Turkey.