Rahul Sharma

1975 in Turkey

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Centuries:  20th 21st
1975 in Turkey
Decades:  1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s

Events in the year 1975 in Turkey.

Contents

Parliament

  • 15th Parliament of Turkey
  • Incumbents

  • President – Fahri Korutürk
  • Prime Minister –
  • until 31 March: Sadi Irmak
  • starting 31 March: Süleyman Demirel
  • Leader of the opposition – Bülent Ecevit
  • Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party - Justice Party (AP) and coalition partners National Salvation Party (MSP), Republican Reliance Party (CGP), and Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) - (starting 31 March) - The government is sometimes called 1.MC
  • Main opposition - Republican People's Party (CHP) (26 January-17 November 1974)
  • Cabinet

  • 38th government of Turkey (until 31 March)
  • 39th government of Turkey, also called "First MC" (starting 31 March)
  • Events

  • 30 January - Turkish Airlines Flight 345 crashed in Marmara Sea (due to airport insfracture problems)
  • 22 March - Turkey's first-time entry to Eurovision Song Contest. Turkish contestant Semiha Yankı received only 3 points.
  • 22 April - Bildergerg meeting in Çeşme, İzmir
  • 1 June- Fenerbahçe won the championship of Turkish football league.
  • 6 September -1975 Lice earthquake
  • 22 October - Daniş Tunalıgil , Turkish ambassador to Austria was assassinated by Justice Commandos of the Armenian Genocide.
  • 24 October - İsmail Erez , Turkish ambassador to France was assassinated by Justice Commandos of the Armenian Genocide.
  • Births

  • 27 May -Feryal Özel, astrophysicist
  • 10 August - İlhan Mansız, football player
  • 2 September - Defne Joy Foster, actress
  • Deaths

  • 7 July - Reşat Ekrem Koçu, historian (b. 1905)
  • 12 July - Latife Uşaklıgil , Atatürk's wife (b. 1898)
  • 22 September - Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, painter and poet (b. 1911)
  • 12 December - Nihal Atsız, nationalist writer (b. 1905)
  • References

    1975 in Turkey Wikipedia


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