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The Second Republic (1961–1980)

  • Ersin Kalaycioğlu
Part of the Middle East in Focus book series (MEF)

Abstract

The Military Committee of National Unity (MBK) now confronted the question of how to construct a democratic regime that would not slide into the tyranny of parliamentary majority,1 and endanger freedoms and human rights. Second, they addressed the question of establishing a democratic regime, which would guarantee that economic policies of the country would be rationally designed and professionally executed, without partisan meddling, to deliver sustained economic growth.

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Political Party Prime Minister Coalition Government Military Coup Parliamentary Seat 
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