1990s|14th Parliament of Turkey
President – Cevdet Sunay
Prime Minister :
Leader of the opposition – İsmet İnönü (up to 26 March 1971)
Ruling party - Justice Party (AP) (up to 26 March 1971)
Main opposition - Republican People’s Party (CHP) (up to 26 March 1971)
32nd government of Turkey (up to 26 March 1971)
33rd government of Turkey (26 March 1971- 11 December 1971)
34th government of Turkey (from 11 December 1971)
12 March – Prime minister Süleyman Demirel resigned after the Memorandum of the army.
21 March – CHP sectretary general Bülent Ecevit resigned from his position because of İsmet İnönü’s support to the new government.
13 May – Bingöl earthquake
6 June - Galatasaray won the championship of Turkish football league.
19 September - Filiz Vural won the title Miss Europe
6 October - 6th Mediterranean Games in İzmir
3 December - Vice Prime Minister Atilla Karaosmanoğlu, (responsible in economy) and 10 other government ministers resigned. This resignation eventually ended the 33rd government.
1 January - Emrah İpek (Emrah), singer
25 January - Elif Şafak, novelist
1 September - Hakan Şükür, former footballer and MP
7 November - Kazım Koyuncu, singer
11 November - İpek Tuzcuoğlu, actress
21 March - Falih Rıfkı Atay (aged 77), former journalist and politician
14 July – Kılıç Ali (Ali Kılıç) (aged 81), former milita officer and close friend of Atatürk
11 October - Hikmet Kıvılcımlı, leftist politician and writer
1971 in Turkey Wikipedia
Events in the year 1971 in Turkey.