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1992 in Turkey

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Centuries:  20th 21st
1992 in Turkey
Decades:  1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s

Events in the year 1992 in Turkey.

Contents

Parliament

  • 19th Parliament of Turkey
  • Incumbents

  • President – Turgut Özal
  • Prime Minister -Süleyman Demirel
  • Leader of the opposition –Mesut Yılmaz
  • Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party - True Path Paty (DYP)
  • Main opposition - Motherland Party (ANAP)
  • Cabinet

  • 49th government of Turkey
  • Events

  • 2 January – Avalanche in Hakkari Province, 19 deaths
  • 1 February –Avalanche in Şırnak Province , 91 deaths
  • 3 March – Mine accident in Zonguldak Province ,122 deaths
  • 16 May – Clash between the armed forces and the terrorists in Şırnak Province
  • 17 May -Beşiktaş won the championship of the Turkish football league
  • 15 June – In European Double trap championship, Turkish team won the gold medal
  • 19 June – All parties closed by the previous military government were given the right to be reestablished
  • 24 June -Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation traety was signed in İstanbul
  • 28 July – Weightlifter Naim Süleymanoğlu won gold medal in World championship in Barselona
  • 30 August - Clash between the armed forces and the terrorists from Iran
  • 9 September – Republican People’s Party (CHP) was refounded on the 59. anniversary of the CHP’s former establishment (Most members are from the Social Democrat Populist Party (SHP)
  • 29 September - Clash between the armed forces and the terrorists in Hakkari Province
  • 16 October and the following days – In a hot pursuit operation armed forces entered Iraq
  • 23 November – In World Karate championship held in Granada, Veysel Bumin won the gold medal
  • 13 January – President vetoed the ILO convention
  • 2 December – Split in ANAP
  • 31 December – The film Basic Instinct was banned
  • Births

  • 1 January- Esma Aydemir , female middle distance runner
  • 3 February - Berkin Kamil Arslan, footballer
  • 7 February - Engin Bekdemir, footballer
  • 23 February - Şaziye Okur, female weightlifter
  • 2 March - Kerem Bulut, footballer
  • 27 March - Kıvılcım Kaya, female hammer thrower
  • 10 April - Atila Turan, footballer
  • 10 May - Barış Örücü, footballer
  • 3 August - Gamze Bulut, middle female distance runner
  • 16 August - Nur Tatar, female taekwondo practitioner
  • 24 October - Emel Türkyılmaz, female basketball player
  • 26 October - Ayşegül Günay, female basketball player
  • Death

  • 7 February - Mevhibe İnönü (born in 1897), İsmet İnönü's wife
  • 13 April - Feza Gürsey (born in 1921), and physicist
  • 22 July - Toto Karaca (born in 1912), theatre actor
  • 29 July - Kemal Kayacan (born in 1915), admiral
  • 5 October - Adile Ayda (born in 1912), diplomat
  • Sports

  • Turkey at the 1992 Summer Olympics
  • Turkey at the 1992 Winter Olympics
  • References

    1992 in Turkey Wikipedia


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