Puneet Varma

1965 in Turkey

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Centuries:  20th 21st
1965 in Turkey
Decades:  1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s

Events in the year 1965 in Turkey.

Contents

Parliament

  • 12th Parliament of Turkey (up to 10 October)
  • 13th Parliament of Turkey
  • Incumbents

  • President – Cemal Gürsel
  • Prime Minister
  • Leader of the opposition
  • Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party
  • Main opposition
  • Cabinet

  • 28th government of Turkey (up to 20 February)
  • 29th government of Turkey (20 February-27 October)
  • 30th government of Turkey (from 27 October)
  • Events

  • 13 February – Annual budget of the 28th government of Turkey was rejected. (End of İsmet İnönü government and a shorth term caretaker government))
  • 19 March - Gas explosion in Yeniçeltek mine, Amasya Province. 69 deaths
  • 13 June - Fenerbahçe won the championship of Turkish football league.
  • 10 October – General elections . AP 240 seats, CHP 134 seats, MP 31 seats, YTP 19 seats, TİP 14 seats, CKMP 11 seats, Indep 1 seat. (TİP was the first marxist party to gain seats in Turkish parliament)
  • 24 October – Census Population 31351421.
  • 18 December – Turkey declared that Zürich and London Agreement concerning the Cyprus issue was still in effect
  • Births

  • 24 February - Tülay Keçialan (Asya), singer
  • 5 April - Aykut Kocaman footballer
  • 18 August - Hayrünnisa Gül, ex President Abdullah Gül's wife
  • 12 September - Seden Gürel, singer
  • Deaths

  • 18 July - Refik Halit Karay (aged 77), novelist
  • 15 August - Zihni Derin (aged 85), agronomis
  • References

    1965 in Turkey Wikipedia


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