Turkish Language Act Ban

Turkish Language Act Ban

In 1983, the Language Act Ban was drafted by and for the coup, who used it to affect what the general population learned about left- and right-wing fights during the tribunals. The law had tried The target of the law was to control the dissemination of separationist ideas through controlling the language of the public.Fact|date=November 2007. The law was misplaced and it was corrected with the Terrorism Law (1991), a significant activity in defining what terrorism is and what it is constituted from.Clarifyme|date=March 2008 The law was extremely unpopular.Fact|date=March 2008

ee also

*Turkification

External links

* [http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/7671596.asp?gid=180&sz=85468 İşte komutanlara göre PKK sorunu]


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