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An Uncontested Party Period of the Turkey Republic

DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2016.62023, PP. 250-260

Keywords: Uncontested Party Period, Turkey Republic, Turkish National Assembly, Mustafa Kemal ATATüRK, Election Systems

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In an environment in which faction in the Turkish National Assembly increased and there occurred the need of political parties in politics, Mustafa Kemal announced a declaration to the press in 6 December 1922 that he would establish a political party named “People’s Party”. In 8 April 1923, Mustafa Kemal, in the capacity of the chairman of Anatolia and Rumelia Defense of Law Community, announced a declaration. This election declaration, at the same time, is in the form of a schedule preparation for the upcoming party. Later on, Mustafa Kemal and the congressmen in support of the establishment of the party started the preparations for the regulation.


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