Ecevit


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Ecevit

B?lent . born 1925, Turkish politician and journalist: prime minister of Turkey (1974, 1977, 1978--79, 1998--2002)
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Bulent Ugur Ecevit commended the Tunisian Revolution which brought about a new burst of freedom and democracy in Tunisia, reminding of Turkey's commitment to help it at this crucial stage.
Caglayan said the delegation would be in Tunisia between April 4 and 7, and Ecevit would meet Tunisian Minister of Trade & Tourism Mehdi Houas, Minister of Transportation & Infrastructure Yacine Brahim, and Minister of Industry & Technology Abdelaziz Rassaa.
There can be no Europe without Turkey, and no Turkey without Europe,'' Ecevit said in 1999.
His brother Ecevit Topal of Penywern, Rhos, who at the time worked at the take-away and was caught serving late on February 4, admitted the offence.
President Sezer is a staunch nationalist brought into politics in May 2000 by then PM Bulent Ecevit.
25) The military's initial desire to improve Turkey's relations with its Middle Eastern neighbors for security reasons coincided with the willingness of the new coalition government under the premiership of Bulent Ecevit to have better political relations.
Former Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit stepped down from the leadership of his centre-left Democratic Left Party today after a near 50-year career to make way for a younger leader.
Conceding his defeat, Ecevit said: "I was not expecting this".
Ecevit, 77, who didn't have to schedule elections for another 22 months, put off calling for early elections even though his ruling coalition is coming apart at the seams, the country's economy is in a protracted recession and his own health has been seriously in decline from a spinal disorder and Parkinson's disease.