Area Handbook for the Republic of Turkey

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - 438 pages
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Page 192 - Yuan, ministers, and chairmen are appointed by the president of the Republic on the recommendation of the president of the Executive Yuan.
Page iii - Foreign Area Studies (FAS) of The American University, designed to be useful to military and other personnel who need a convenient compilation of basic facts about the social, economic, political and military institutions and practices of various countries. The emphasis is on objective description of the nation's present society and the kinds of possible or probable change that might be expected in the future.
Page 196 - Since 1955 additional training has been available at the Institute of Public Administration for Turkey and the Middle East, set up by the United Nations.
Page 328 - Trade (GATT) ; the International Monetary Fund (IMF) ; the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) ; the International Finance Corporation (IFC) ; and the various other United Nations agencies including the Economic Commission for Europe.
Page 194 - The physicians of the Suez station shall be at least seven in number — one chief physician and six others. They must possess a regular diploma and shall be chosen preferably from among physicians who have made special practical studies in epidemiology and bacteriology. They shall be appointed by the Minister of the Interior upon the recommendation of the Sanitary, Maritime, and Quarantine Board of Egypt. They shall receive a salary...
Page iii - The emphasis is on objective description of the nation's present society and the kinds of possible or probable changes that might be expected in the future. The handbook seeks to present as full and as balanced an integrated exposition as limitations on space and research time permit. It was compiled from information available in openly published material. Extensive bibliographies are provided to permit recourse to other published sources for more detailed information. There has been no attempt to...
Page iii - It was compiled from information available in openly published material. Extensive bibliographies are provided to permit recourse to other published sources for more detailed information. There has been no attempt to express any specific point of view or to make policy recommendations. The contents of the handbook represent the work of the authors and FAS and do not represent the official view of the United States Government. An effort has been made to make the handbook as comprehensive as possible....
Page 7 - Congress reaffirms its belief in the importance of regional organizations of free peoples for mutual assistance, such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the European Economic Community, the...
Page 191 - ... by law. No Turk shall be deprived of his citizenship unless he commits an act irreconcilable with loyalty to the homeland. The right to litigate in cases of decisions and procedures involving deprivation of citizenship shall not be obstructed.
Page 47 - September 4, the group became the Association for the Defense of the Rights of Anatolia and Rumelia.

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