1980s|13th Parliament of Turkey
President – Cevdet Sunay
Prime Minister- Süleyman Demirel
Leader of the opposition – İsmet İnönü
Ruling party - Justice Party (AP)
Main opposition - Republican People’s Party (CHP)
30th government of Turkey
3 January – Anadol, the first Turkish made car
12 May – Reliance Party was founded by Turhan Feyzioğlu
4 June -Beşiktaş won the championship of Turkish football league
22 July – Earthquake around Sakarya Province
27 July – Earthquake in Pülümür (about 1000 km east of the 22 July earthquake)
13 September – An agreement about transporting a group of Turks living in the island Adakale in Romania.
17 September – More than 40 people died during a fight after the football match between Kayserispor and Sivasspor .
31 October – Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktaş was arrested by the Greek Cypriots
18 November – Following Greek attacks to Turkish villages in Cyprus Turkish air raids to Greek forces.
29 November – Turkey and Greece agreed on a plan to halt the hostilities
29 December – Turks in Cyprus formed their own government
1 January – Mehmet Şimşek, government minister
27 February – Volkan Konak, singer
4 April – Ali Babacan, deputy prime minister
4 November - Yılmaz Erdoğan, filmmaker
20 November Teoman Yakupoğlu, singer
9 March - Vala Nureddin (born in 1901), poet and columnist
11 March – Yusuf Ziya Ortaç (born in 1895), humorist and publisher
17 May – Nurullah Ataç (born in 1898), essayist and literary critic
30 June - Yavuz Abadan (born in 1905), academic
20 July – Fikret Mualla Saygı (1904), painter
23 July - Ahmet Kutsi Tecer (born in 1901), poet and politician
5 August -Mustafa İnan (born in 1911), academic and civil engineer
13 September - Şerif Muhiddin Targan (born in 1892), musician
1967 in Turkey Wikipedia
Events in the year 1967 in Turkey.