Bülent Ecevit in Photos on the 14th Year of His Death
On 14th Anniversary of His Death, Bülent Ecevit With Photographs
The Karaoglan of Turkish politics, Bülent Ecevit, passed away 14 years ago today. Bülent Ecevit will be commemorated today at his grave in the State Cemetery. Here is the life of Bülent Ecevit, the Karaoğlan of Turkish politics.
Bülent Ecevit, who passed away on November 5, 2006, was spoken of in his 81-year life as much as his politics and art.
Bülent Ecevit became head of the DSP in 1987, after his political life in CHP.
Ecevit was born in Istanbul on May 28, 1925, and graduated from Robert College in 1944. Ecevit also married Rahşan (Aral) Ecevit, a Robert College classmate, in 1946.
The duo's 60-year association were followed admired by the Turkish people so that Bulent Ecevit, what with poetry written by his wife Rahsan Hanim, it was an emotional wives proved to all of Turkey. / span>
İsmet İnönü resigned after Ecevit won the vote at the 5th Extraordinary Congress held in 1972. Thus, Ecevit was elected CHP Chairman on May 4, 1972. Ecevit, who was unable to form a government despite receiving the most votes in the 1973 elections, became the prime minister of the CHP-MSP (National Salvation Party) coalition in 1974. In the same year, he carried out the Cyprus Peace Operation on 20 July 1974.
When the minority government that Bülent Ecevit established with the approval of the president, Fahri Korutürk, failed to get a vote of confidence, the "2nd Nationalist Front" was founded with the AP, MHP and MSP under the leadership of Demirel. At the same time on 5 June 1977 elections the CHP received the votes of 41% rate, Ecevit also not bring to power alone, he left a party receives in Turkey's history has passed into history as the highest percentage of votes. He was the prime minister of this government for 21 months.
In 1985, the Democtaric Left Party was founded under the leadership of his wife Rahşan Ecevit because Ecevit was politically banned. Ecevit, whose political ban was lifted in 1987, took over the party. However, when his party could not pass the threshold in the elections held in 1987, he decided to withdraw from politics.
After the 1999 elections, he became prime minister with the DSP government until 2002. However, in the 2002 elections, DSP did not pass the threshold and Ecevit decided to withdraw from politics, considering that he was getting older and his health was deteriorating.
Bülent Ecevit was also a poet and writer. He translated many works into Turkish, conducted studies and studies in English, Sanskrit and Bengali. Bülent Ecevit, who has published many poetry books, is fond of literature% B