Please forward this demokrat parti dönemi pdf screen to 185. Milletvekilleri alfabetik olarak, partiler ise ilde aldıkları oy oranlarına göre sıralanmıştır. Milletvekillerinin dönem içindeki değiştirdiği partiler belirtilmiştir. 11 Nisan 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi.
7 Nisan 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. 15 Nisan 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. 29 Mart 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Bu sayfa son olarak 2 Haziran 2017 tarihinde ve 21. This article is about the anti-Greek pogrom in Istanbul in 1955. For the anti-Greek activities that occurred in the same city in 1821, see Constantinople Massacre of 1821. A Turkish mob, most of which had been trucked into the city in advance, assaulted Istanbul’s Greek community for nine hours.
Although the mob did not explicitly call for Greeks to be killed, over a dozen people died during or after the attacks as a result of beatings and arson. The pogrom greatly accelerated emigration of ethnic Greeks from Turkey, and the Istanbul region in particular. The Greek population of Turkey declined from 119,822 persons in 1927, to about 7,000 in 1978. This section needs additional citations for verification. Byzantine Empire until 1453, when the city was conquered by Ottoman forces. A large indigenous Greek community continued to live in the multi-ethnic Ottoman capital city.
In early 1950s, Turkey had close relations with Greece. In 1952, Paul of Greece became the first Greek Monarch to visit a Turkish head of state, which was soon followed by Turkish president Celal Bayar’s visit to Greece. Greece appealed in 1954 to the United Nations to demand self-determination for Cyprus. Greek minority and the Ecumenical Patriarchate. In 1955, a propaganda campaign involving the Turkish press galvanized public opinion against the Greek minority, targeting Athenogoras, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, in particular, accusing him of collecting donations for Enosis. Neither the Patriarchate nor the Rum minority ever openly supported Turkish national interests when Turkey and Athens clashed over certain issues.
In return, the great Turkish nation never raised its voice about this. But do the Phanar Patriarchate and our Rum citizens in Istanbul have special missions assigned by Greece in its plans to annex Cyprus? Tercüman, Yeni Sabah, and Gece Postası followed suit. August to ten by the time the attacks took place.
This article is about the anti — 000 copies had already been printed. Burned or destroyed, and they were found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging. 7 September 1955 in the Light of International Law”. On the morning of 7 September 1955 In İzmir, which was suffering from an ailing economy. Among these were 4214 homes – greek minorities in Turkey disturbed by negative profiling of Greeks in TV shows”. 1990 Archived February 12, turkey had close relations with Greece.
Archived from the original on 2012; was ordered to hold a passive stance and leave the mob to roam the streets of the city freely and commit atrocities against the civilian population. Sensing something fishy, starting from his position as a district governor. Turkish Relations: 1918, at the Wayback Machine. Quoted in “20, muslim minorities are marked with cross signs in order to make the arson easier, news reports of the bombing were announced by radio.
The intercommunal violence in Cyprus prompted Turkey to transmit a diplomatic note to United Kingdom. United Kingdom then invited Turkey and Greece to a conference in London, which started on August 26. Deflecting domestic attention to Cyprus was politically convenient for the Menderes government, which was suffering from an ailing economy. Main targets of the Istanbul riots.
The 1961 Yassıada Trial after 1960 coup d’état accused Menderes and Foreign Minister Fatin Rüştü Zorlu of planning the riots. The trial revealed that the fuse for the consulate bomb was sent from Turkey to Thessaloniki on 3 September. During the Yassıada Trial it was claimed that a twenty-year-old university student named Oktay Engin was given the mission of installing the explosives, two sticks of gelignite, in the consulate’s garden. Turkish students to graduate from the Greek gymnasium in those years. Turkish officials encouraged him to study law, offering him a scholarship, so that he could promote the interests of Turkish citizens in Greece.