1960 in Turkey

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1960
in
Turkey
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Events in the year 1960 in Turkey.[1]

Parliament

Incumbents

Celal Bayar (up to 27 May)
Cemal Gürsel (from 27 May)
Adnan Menderes (up to 27 May)
Cemal Gürsel (from 27 May)
İsmet İnönü (up to 27 May)

Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party
Democrat Party (DP) (up to 27 May
  • Main opposition
Republican People’s Party (CHP) (up to 27 May)

Cabinet

Events

  • 2 April – In Yeşilhisar, because of the interference of ruling party partisans İsmet İnönü the leader of the opposition was not able to continue his election campaign
  • 27 April – The ruling party formed a committee (popularly called Sancar komisyonu) to convict the opposition
  • 5 May - Demonstrations in Ankara (known as 555K)
  • 27 May - Coup d'état
  • 12 June - Beşiktaş won the championship of Turkish football league.[2]
  • 22 October - Census (population 27754820)
  • 15 November- 14 members of the junta were appointed to diplomatic missionaries (exiled)

Births

Deaths

Gallery

See also

Reference

  1. Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 143-154
  2. [1]