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Turkish president hits out at his French counterpart, renewing a war of words between the two leaders. Health minister says early use authorisation will be granted after Turkish labs confirm the shots are safe.
The Constitutional Court can strip the public financing of political parties that it deems anti-secular or separatist , or ban their existence altogether.
Supporters of Atatürk's reforms are called Kemalists , as distinguished from Islamists , representing the two diverging views regarding the role of religion in legislation , education and public life.
Turkey's judicial system has been wholly integrated with the system of continental Europe. The Administrative Code bears similarities with its French counterpart , and the Penal Code with its Italian counterpart.
Turkey has adopted the principle of the separation of powers. In line with this principle, judicial power is exercised by independent courts on behalf of the Turkish nation.
The independence and organisation of the courts, the security of the tenure of judges and public prosecutors, the profession of judges and prosecutors, the supervision of judges and public prosecutors, the military courts and their organisation, and the powers and duties of the high courts are regulated by the Turkish Constitution.
According to Article of the Turkish Constitution, the organisation, duties and jurisdiction of the courts, their functions and the trial procedures are regulated by law.
In line with the aforementioned article of the Turkish Constitution and related laws, the court system in Turkey can be classified under three main categories; which are the Judicial Courts, Administrative Courts and Military Courts.
Each category includes first instance courts and high courts. In addition, the Court of Jurisdictional Disputes rules on cases that cannot be classified readily as falling within the purview of one court system.
Law enforcement in Turkey is carried out by several departments such as the General Directorate of Security and Gendarmerie General Command and agencies, all acting under the command of the President of Turkey or mostly the Minister of Internal Affairs.
According to figures released by the Justice Ministry , there are , people in Turkish prisons as of November , a doubling since In line with its traditional Western orientation, relations with Europe have always been a central part of Turkish foreign policy.
Turkey became one of the early members of the Council of Europe in , applied for associate membership of the EEC predecessor of the European Union in and became an associate member in After decades of political negotiations, Turkey applied for full membership of the EEC in , became an associate member of the Western European Union in , joined the EU Customs Union in and has been in formal accession negotiations with the EU since The other defining aspect of Turkey's foreign policy was the country's long-standing strategic alliance with the United States.
Subsequently, Turkey benefited from the United States' political, economic and diplomatic support, including in key issues such as the country's bid to join the European Union.
The independence of the Turkic states of the Soviet Union in , with which Turkey shares a common cultural and linguistic heritage, allowed Turkey to extend its economic and political relations deep into Central Asia ,  thus enabling the completion of a multi-billion-dollar oil and natural gas pipeline from Baku in Azerbaijan to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey.
The Baku—Tbilisi—Ceyhan pipeline forms part of Turkey's foreign policy strategy to become an energy conduit from the Caspian Sea basin to Europe.
However, in , Turkey sealed its land border with Armenia in a gesture of support to Azerbaijan a Turkic state in the Caucasus region during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War , and it remains closed.
The Gendarmerie and the Coast Guard operate as parts of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in peacetime, although they are subordinated to the Army and Navy Commands respectively in wartime, during which they have both internal law-enforcement and military functions.
The Council of Ministers is responsible to the Parliament for matters of national security and the adequate preparation of the armed forces to defend the country.
However, the authority to declare war and to deploy the Turkish Armed Forces to foreign countries or to allow foreign armed forces to be stationed in Turkey rests solely with the Parliament.
Every fit male Turkish citizen otherwise not barred is required to serve in the military for a period ranging from three weeks to a year, dependent on education and job location.
Turkey supported the coalition forces in the First Gulf War. In the Global Peace Index , Turkey ranked th out of countries in the world, mainly because of its "increasingly strained relations with its neighbors", according to Forbes.
The human rights record of Turkey has been the subject of much controversy and international condemnation.
Between and the European Court of Human Rights made more than judgements against Turkey for human rights violations on issues such as Kurdish rights , women's rights , LGBT rights , and media freedom.
In the latter half of the s, Turkey suffered from political violence between far-left and far-right militant groups, which culminated in the military coup of Following the arrest and imprisonment of Abdullah Öcalan in ,   the PKK modified its demands into equal rights for ethnic Kurds and provincial autonomy within Turkey.
On 20 May , the Turkish parliament stripped almost a quarter of its members of immunity from prosecution, including deputies from the pro-Kurdish HDP and the main opposition CHP party.
According to the Committee to Protect Journalists , the AKP government has waged one of the world's biggest crackdowns on media freedom.
During the October offensive into Syria, Turkish forces have been accused of war crimes , such as targeting civilians with white phosphorus and various other human rights violations.
Amnesty International stated that it had gathered evidence of war crimes and other violations committed by Turkish and Turkey-backed Syrian forces who are said to "have displayed a shameful disregard for civilian life, carrying out serious violations and war crimes, including summary killings and unlawful attacks that have killed and injured civilians".
Turkey is a transcontinental Eurasian country. European Turkey comprises 3 percent of the country's territory. Turkey's land area, including lakes, occupies , square kilometres , square miles ,  of which , square kilometres , square miles are in Southwest Asia and 23, square kilometres 9, square miles in Europe.
The country is encircled by seas on three sides: the Aegean Sea to the west, the Black Sea to the north and the Mediterranean to the south.
Turkey also contains the Sea of Marmara in the northwest. It forms the border between Turkey and its neighbours Greece and Bulgaria.
Eastern Turkey has a more mountainous landscape and is home to the sources of rivers such as the Euphrates , Tigris and Aras. The western portion of the Armenian highland is located in eastern Turkey;  this region contains Mount Ararat , Turkey's highest point at 5, metres 16, feet ,  and Lake Van , the largest lake in the country.
The uneven north Anatolian terrain running along the Black Sea resembles a long, narrow belt. This region comprises approximately one-sixth of Turkey's total land area.
As a general trend, the inland Anatolian plateau becomes increasingly rugged as it progresses eastward. Turkey's varied landscapes are the product of complex earth movements that have shaped the region over thousands of years and still manifest themselves in fairly frequent earthquakes and occasional volcanic eruptions.
The Bosphorus and the Dardanelles owe their existence to the fault lines running through Turkey that led to the creation of the Black Sea. The North Anatolian Fault Line runs across the north of the country from west to east, along which major earthquakes took place in history.
The latest of those big earthquakes was the İzmit earthquake. Turkey's extraordinary ecosystem and habitat diversity has produced considerable species diversity.
The diversity of Turkey's fauna is even greater than that of its flora. The number of animal species in the whole of Europe is around 60,, while in Turkey there are over 80, over , counting the subspecies.
The Northern Anatolian conifer and deciduous forests is an ecoregion which covers most of the Pontic Mountains in northern Turkey, while the Caucasus mixed forests extend across the eastern end of the range.
The region is home to Eurasian wildlife such as the Eurasian sparrowhawk , golden eagle , eastern imperial eagle , lesser spotted eagle , Caucasian black grouse , red-fronted serin , and wallcreeper.
Several wild species of tulip are native to Anatolia, and the flower was first introduced to Western Europe with species taken from the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century.
The Anatolian leopard is still found in very small numbers in the northeastern and southeastern regions of Turkey.
The Caspian tiger , now extinct, lived in the easternmost regions of Turkey until the latter half of the 20th century. Renowned domestic animals from Ankara , the capital of Turkey, include the Angora cat , Angora rabbit and Angora goat ; and from Van Province the Van cat.
The coastal areas of Turkey bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas have a temperate Mediterranean climate , with hot, dry summers and mild to cool, wet winters.
The coastal areas bordering the Sea of Marmara, which connects the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea, have a transitional climate between a temperate Mediterranean climate and a temperate oceanic climate with warm to hot, moderately dry summers and cool to cold, wet winters.
Mountains close to the coast prevent Mediterranean influences from extending inland, giving the central Anatolian plateau of the interior of Turkey a continental climate with sharply contrasting seasons.
Winters on the eastern part of the plateau are especially severe. The driest regions are the Konya Plain and the Malatya Plain , where annual rainfall is often less than millimetres 12 inches.
May is generally the wettest month, whereas July and August are the driest. Turkey has signed but not ratified global agreements on reducing greenhouse gas emissions: the country has not yet ratified the Kigali Accord to regulate hydrofluorocarbons, and is one of the few countries that have not ratified the Paris agreement on climate change.
The EU — Turkey Customs Union in led to an extensive liberalisation of tariff rates, and forms one of the most important pillars of Turkey's foreign trade policy.
The automotive industry in Turkey is sizeable, and produced over 1. Other key sectors of the Turkish economy are banking , construction, home appliances, electronics, textiles, oil refining, petrochemical products, food, mining, iron and steel, and machine industry.
However, agriculture still accounted for a quarter of employment. During the first six decades of the republic, between and , Turkey generally adhered to a quasi- statist approach with strict government planning of the budget and government-imposed limitations over foreign trade , flow of foreign currency , foreign direct investment and private sector participation in certain fields such as broadcasting , telecommunications , energy , mining , etc.
However, in , Prime Minister Turgut Özal initiated a series of reforms designed to shift the economy from a statist, insulated system to a more private-sector, market -based model.
The reforms, combined with unprecedented amounts of funding from foreign loans, spurred rapid economic growth; but this growth was punctuated by sharp recessions and financial crises in , following the earthquake in Izmit that year ,  and ;  resulting in an average of 4 percent GDP growth per annum between and The real GDP growth rate from to averaged 6.
However, growth slowed to 1 percent in , and in the Turkish economy was affected by the global financial crisis , with a recession of 5 percent.
The economy was estimated to have returned to 8 percent growth in Tourism in Turkey has increased almost every year in the 21st century,  and is an important part of the economy.
Turkey is one of the world's top ten destination countries, with the highest percentage of foreign visitors arriving from Germany and Russia in recent years.
In there were 98 airports in Turkey ,  including 22 international airports. As of [update] , the country has a roadway network of 65, kilometres 40, miles.
The Ankara-Konya line became operational in , while the Ankara-Istanbul line entered service in Many natural gas pipelines span the country's territory.
Turkey's internet , which has Renewable energy in Turkey is being increased and Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant is being built on the Mediterranean coast: but despite national electricity generation overcapacity fossil fuels are still subsidized.
Water supply and sanitation in Turkey is characterised by achievements and challenges. Over the past decades access to drinking water has become almost universal and access to adequate sanitation has also increased substantially.
Autonomous utilities have been created in the 16 metropolitan cities of Turkey and cost recovery has been increased, thus providing the basis for the sustainability of service provision.
Intermittent supply, which was common in many cities, has become less frequent. Its objectives include academic research in nuclear energy, and the development and implementation of peaceful nuclear tools.
It consists of the construction of a spaceport , the development of satellite launch vehicles as well as the establishment of remote earth stations.
Göktürk-1 , Göktürk-2 and Göktürk-3 are Turkey's Earth observation satellites for reconnaissance , operated by the Turkish Ministry of National Defense.
According to the estimate, the population is increasing by 1. People within the 15—64 age group constitute Article 66 of the Turkish Constitution defines a "Turk" as "anyone who is bound to the Turkish state through the bond of citizenship"; therefore, the legal use of the term "Turkish" as a citizen of Turkey is different from the ethnic definition.
Kurds are the largest non-Turkish ethnicity at anywhere from per cent of the population. In Istanbul, there are an estimated three million Kurds, making it the city with the largest Kurdish population in the world.
Before the start of the Syrian civil war in , the estimated number of Arabs in Turkey varied from 1 million to more than 2 million.
The vast majority of these are living in Turkey with temporary residence permits. The Turkish government has granted Turkish citizenship to refugees who have joined the Syrian National Army.
Immigration to Turkey is the process by which people migrate to Turkey to reside in the country. Turkey's migrant crisis created after an estimated 2.
The official language is Turkish , which is the most widely spoken Turkic language in the world. Religion in Turkey    . Turkey is a secular state with no official state religion ; the Turkish Constitution provides for freedom of religion and conscience.
The role of religion in public life has been the source of debate since the Republic was established on a secular basis, and in recent years with the coming to prominence of Islamist parties.
However, the ban was lifted from universities in , from government buildings in ,  from schools in  and from the Armed Forces in After the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire , the number of Muslims in the region that became Turkey increased relative to that of the Christians with the immigration of Ottoman Muslims, who were facing extermination or other forms of repression in the newly constituted Balkan states.
Other Turks and Circassians fleeing Russian expansion in areas such as the Caucasus and the Crimea also arrived during this period.
By the s, Islam had become the majority religion. The most popular sect is the Hanafi school of Sunni Islam. There are also some Sufi Muslims.
Christianity has a long history in present-day Turkey, which is the birthplace of numerous Christian apostles and saints , such as Paul of Tarsus , Timothy , Nicholas of Myra , Polycarp of Smyrna and many others.
Saint Peter founded one of the first churches in Antioch Antakya , the location of which is regarded by tradition as the spot where he first preached the Gospel , and where the followers of Jesus were called Christians for the first time.
The house where Virgin Mary lived the final days of her life until her Assumption according to Catholic doctrine or Dormition according to Orthodox belief ,   and the tomb of John the Apostle , who accompanied her during the voyage to Anatolia after the crucifixion of Jesus , are in Ephesus.
The cave churches in Cappadocia were among the hiding places of early Christians during the Roman persecutions against them. The percentage of Christians in Turkey fell from Today there are more than ,, people of various Christian denominations ,  representing less than 0.
The history of Judaism in Turkey dates back to the Romaniote Jews of Anatolia , who have been present since at least the 5th century BC. The Sephardi Jews , who were expelled from the Iberian peninsula and southern Italy under the control of the Spanish Empire , were welcomed into the Ottoman Empire between the lateth and midth centuries.
Despite emigration during the 20th century , modern-day Turkey continues to have a small Jewish population. In a mids poll, 2. The Ministry of National Education is responsible for pre-tertiary education.
As of , there are universities in Turkey. In the theory of evolution was removed from the national curriculum of high schools, while the concept of jihad was added as a new subject.
The Ministry of Health has run a universal public healthcare system since Average life expectancy is Turkey has a very diverse culture that is a blend of various elements of the Turkic , Anatolian , Ottoman which was itself a continuation of both Greco-Roman and Islamic cultures and Western culture and traditions, which started with the Westernisation of the Ottoman Empire and still continues today.
This mix originally began as a result of the encounter of Turks and their culture with those of the peoples who were in their path during their migration from Central Asia to the West.
Turkish painting , in the Western sense, developed actively starting from the mid 19th century. The first painting lessons were scheduled at what is now the Istanbul Technical University then the Imperial Military Engineering School in , mostly for technical purposes.
Impressionism, among the contemporary trends, appeared later on with Halil Pasha. The young Turkish artists sent to Europe in came back inspired by contemporary trends such as Fauvism, Cubism and even Expressionism, still very influential in Europe.
Carpet weaving is a traditional art from pre-Islamic times. During its long history, the art and craft of the woven carpet has integrated different cultural traditions.
Traces of Byzantine design can be detected; Turkic peoples migrating from Central Asia, as well as Armenian people, Caucasian and Kurdish tribes either living in, or migrating to Anatolia, brought with them their traditional designs.
The arrival of Islam and the development of Islamic art also influenced Turkish carpet design. The history of its designs, motifs and ornaments thus reflects the political and ethnic history and diversity of Asia minor.
However, scientific attempts were unsuccessful, as yet, to attribute a particular design to a specific ethnic, regional, or even nomadic versus village tradition.
Ottoman miniature is linked to the Persian miniature tradition, as well as strong Chinese artistic influences. The head painter, and much more often the scribe of the text, were indeed named and depicted in some of the manuscripts.
The understanding of perspective was different from that of the nearby European Renaissance painting tradition, and the scene depicted often included different time periods and spaces in one picture.
They followed closely the context of the book they were included in, more illustrations than standalone works of art.
The instructions for several ebru techniques in the text are accredited to this master. Another famous 18th-century master by the name of Hatip Mehmed Efendi died is accredited with developing motifs and perhaps early floral designs, although evidence from India appears to contradict some of these reports.
Despite this, marbled motifs are commonly referred to as hatip designs in Turkey today. Turkish literature is a mix of cultural influences.
Interaction between the Ottoman Empire and the Islamic world along with Europe contributed to a blend of Turkic, Islamic and European traditions in modern-day Turkish music and literary arts.
The Tanzimat reforms introduced previously unknown Western genres, primarily the novel and the short story. Most of the roots of modern Turkish literature were formed between the years and The mix of cultural influences in Turkey is dramatised, for example, in the form of the "new symbols of the clash and interlacing of cultures" enacted in the novels of Orhan Pamuk , recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
The origin of Turkish theatre dates back to ancient pagan rituals and oral legends. The dances, music and songs performed during the rituals of the inhabitants of Anatolia millennia ago are the elements from which the first shows originated.
In time, the ancient rituals, myths, legends and stories evolved into theatrical shows. Starting from the 11th-century, the traditions of the Seljuk Turks blended with those of the indigenous peoples of Anatolia and the interaction between diverse cultures paved the way for new plays.
After the Tanzimat Reformation period in the 19th century, characters in Turkish theatre were modernised and plays were performed on European-style stages, with actors wearing European costumes.
Following the restoration of constitutional monarchy with the Young Turk Revolution in , theatrical activities increased and social problems began to be reflected at the theatre as well as in historical plays.
A theatrical conservatoire, Darülbedayi-i Osmani which became the nucleus of the Istanbul City Theatres was established in During the years of chaos and war, the Darülbedayi-i Osmani continued its activities and attracted the younger generation.
Numerous Turkish playwrights emerged in this era; some of them wrote on romantic subjects, while others were interested in social problems, and still others dealt with nationalistic themes.
The first Turkish musicals were also written in this period. In time, Turkish women began to appear on stage, which was an important development in the late Ottoman society.
Until then, female roles had only been played by actresses who were members of Turkey's ethnic minorities. Today there are numerous private theatres in the country, together with those which are subsidised by the government, such as the Turkish State Theatres.
Music of Turkey includes mainly Turkic elements as well as partial influences ranging from Central Asian folk music , Arabic music , Greek music , Ottoman music , Persian music and Balkan music , as well as references to more modern European and American popular music.
The roots of traditional music in Turkey span across centuries to a time when the Seljuk Turks migrated to Anatolia and Persia in the 11th century and contains elements of both Turkic and pre-Turkic influences.
Much of its modern popular music can trace its roots to the emergence in the early s drive for Westernization. With the assimilation of immigrants from various regions the diversity of musical genres and musical instrumentation also expanded.
Turkey has also seen documented folk music and recorded popular music produced in the ethnic styles of Greek , Armenian , Albanian , Polish and Jewish communities, among others.
Many Turkish cities and towns have vibrant local music scenes which, in turn, support a number of regional musical styles.
Despite this however, western music styles like pop music and kanto lost popularity to arabesque in the late s and s. It became popular again by the beginning of the s, as a result of an opening economy and society.
With the support of Sezen Aksu , the resurging popularity of pop music gave rise to several international Turkish pop stars such as Tarkan and Sertab Erener.
The late s also saw an emergence of underground music producing alternative Turkish rock , electronica , hip-hop , rap and dance music in opposition to the mainstream corporate pop and arabesque genres, which many believe have become too commercial.
Turkish folk dance is diverse. The architecture of the Seljuk Turks combined the elements and characteristics of the Turkic architecture of Central Asia with those of Persian , Arab , Armenian and Byzantine architecture.
The transition from Seljuk architecture to Ottoman architecture is most visible in Bursa , which was the capital of the Ottoman State between and Following the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople Istanbul in , Ottoman architecture was significantly influenced by Byzantine architecture.
He was the chief architect of at least buildings which were constructed in various provinces of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century.
Turkish cuisine is largely the heritage of Ottoman cuisine. In the early years of the Republic, a few studies were published about regional Anatolian dishes but cuisine did not feature heavily in Turkish folkloric studies until the s, when the fledgling tourism industry encouraged the Turkish state to sponsor two food symposia.
The papers submitted at the symposia presented the history of Turkish cuisine on a "historical continuum" that dated back to Turkic origins in Central Asia and continued through the Seljuk and Ottoman periods.
Many of the papers presented at these first two symposia were unreferenced. Prior to the symposia, the study of Turkish culinary culture was first popularised by the publication of Süheyl Ünver's Fifty Dishes in Turkish History in This book was based on recipes found in an 18th century Ottoman manuscript.
His second book was about palace cuisine during the reign of Mehmet II. Following the publication of Ünver's book subsequent studies were published, including a study by a historian named Bahaettin Ögel about the Central Asian origins of Turkish cuisine.
Turkish cuisine was well established by the mids, the beginning of the Ottoman Empire 's six hundred-year reign. Yogurt salads, fish in olive oil , sherbet and stuffed and wrapped vegetables became Turkish staples.
The empire, eventually spanning from Austria and Ukraine to Arabia and North Africa , used its land and water routes to import exotic ingredients from all over the world.
By the end of the 16th century, the Ottoman court housed over 1, live-in cooks and passed laws regulating the freshness of food.
Since the fall of the empire in World War I — and the establishment of the Turkish Republic in , foreign food such as French hollandaise sauce and Western fast food have made their way into the modern Turkish diet.
The most popular sport in Turkey is association football. Other mainstream sports such as basketball and volleyball are also popular. The men's national basketball team won the silver medal at the FIBA World Championship and at the EuroBasket , which were both hosted by Turkey; and is one of the most successful at the Mediterranean Games.
Another Turkish basketball club, Anadolu Efes S. Like the men's team, the women's basketball team is one of the most successful at the Mediterranean Games.
The women's national volleyball team won the gold medal at the European Games , the silver medal at the European Championship , the bronze medal at the European Championship , and the bronze medal at the FIVB World Grand Prix.
They also won multiple medals over multiple decades at the Mediterranean Games. International wrestling styles governed by FILA such as freestyle wrestling and Greco-Roman wrestling are also popular, with many European, World and Olympic championship titles won by Turkish wrestlers both individually and as a national team.
Hundreds of television channels, thousands of local and national radio stations, several dozen newspapers, a productive and profitable national cinema and a rapid growth of broadband Internet use constitute a vibrant media industry in Turkey.
The broadcast media have a very high penetration as satellite dishes and cable systems are widely available.
Turkish television dramas are increasingly becoming popular beyond Turkey's borders and are among the country's most vital exports, both in terms of profit and public relations.
The first narrative film, Sedat Simavi 's The Spy , was released in Turkey's first sound film was shown in Despite legal provisions, media freedom in Turkey has steadily deteriorated from onwards, with a precipitous decline following the failed coup attempt on 15 July From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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