Neha Patil

1984 in Turkey

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Centuries:  20th 21st
1984 in Turkey
Decades:  1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s

Events in the year 1984 in Turkey.

Contents

Parliament

  • 17th Parliament of Turkey
  • Incumbents

  • President - Kenan Evren
  • Prime Minister - Turgut Özal
  • Leader of the opposition – Necdet Calp
  • Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party -Motherland Party (ANAP)
  • Main opposition- People’s Party (HP)
  • Cabinet

  • 45th government of Turkey (from 21 September)
  • Events

  • 18 February – Nazlı Deniz Kuruoğlu won the title Miss Europe.
  • 25 March – Local elections
  • 9 May – Novelist Yaşar Kemal won Légion d'honneur medal
  • 17 May -Trabzonspor won the championship of Turkish football league
  • 20 June – Erdoğan Özen a member of Turkish embassy in Vienna was assassinated by a group of Armenians
  • 26 October – Crisis in the government. The president dismissed Vural Arıkan ,the minister of Finance
  • 11 November – Melek Gürkan won the title Miss Asia Pacific International
  • 19 November – Enver Ergun a diplomat in Vienna was assassinated by a group of Armenians
  • 25 November – Prof. Muzaffer Aksoy won Ramazzini award
  • Births

  • 9 February -Şebnem Schaefer, model
  • 19 February, Onur Tuncer, footballer
  • 26 February - Beren Saat, actress
  • 1 March - İbrahim Şahin, footballer
  • 31 July - İpek Yaylacıoğlu, actress and hotographer
  • 13 August - Ayça Naz İhtiyaroğlu, volleyball player
  • 25 August - Kenan Sofuoğlu, motorcycle racer
  • 2 November - Berrak Tüzünataç, actress
  • 10 December - Şenol Akın, footballer
  • Deaths

  • 14 January – Fazıl Küçük (born in 1906) former leader of the Turkish Cypriots
  • 25 February – Hasan Hüseyin Korkmazgil (born in 1927), folk poet
  • 19 March – Kerime Nadir (born in 1917), writer
  • 9 September - Yılmaz Güney (born in 1937), actor
  • 28 September - Cihat Baban (born in 1911), former government minister
  • 4 November - Ümit Yaşar Oğuzcan (born in 1926), poet
  • 8 December – Semih Sancar (born in 1911), former chief of staff
  • References

    1984 in Turkey Wikipedia


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