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Turkish Press Review, 00-04-24

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From: Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs <http://www.mfa.gov.tr>

24.04.00

Summary of the political and economic news in the Turkish press this morning


CONTENTS

  • [01] FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS...
  • [02] COUNTDOWN FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY
  • [03] CELEBRATIONS FOR APRIL 23
  • [04] AKBULUT ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY
  • [05] YILMAZ MEETS BAHCELI
  • [06] AUSTRALIAN PREMIER IN TURKEY
  • [07] DEMIRALP: "INTEREST RATES WILL DECREASE"
  • [08] NEW ENERGY ADVISER
  • [09] SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY FAIR
  • [10] ARCHBISHOP CALLS ON GREEK CYPRIOTS
  • [11] SERDAR DENKTAS: "TURKISH CYPRIOTS ARE NOT A MINORITY"
  • [12] TURCO-ALGERIAN COOPERATION
  • [13] CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSING FOR QUAKE VICTIMS TO START
  • [14] ISO SUBMITS BILL FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
  • [15] TURKEY CALLS FOR CONTINUED IMF-WORLD BANK SUPPORT
  • [16] GEN.KIVRIKOGLU: "NO CHANGE IN GREECE"
  • [17] LEADERS' MEETING
  • [18] FOLK SONGS OF FRIENDSHIP FOR PAPANDREOU
  • [19] TURSAB'S INVITATION TO CLINTON
  • [20] KREMLIN AND SAN MARCO SQUARES IN ANTALYA
  • [21] IMPROVEMENT IN TOURISM
  • [22] DISCUSSION OF 'HIGH PRIORITY REGION' BETWEEN ADANA AND GAZIANTEP
  • [23] 100 MILLION DOLLARS FOR WIND ENERGY
  • [24] TURCO-BRITISH PARTNERSHIP
  • [25] ARMENIAN PATRIARCH INVITES POPE TO TURKEY
  • [26] NEW BREAKTHROUGH IN CAUCASIA
  • [27] TIGEM TO PRIVATIZE SOME OF ITS FACILITIES
  • [28] STOCK EXPOSURE OF INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS AT 61%
  • [29] SIMITIS: "CONTINENTAL SHELF IS THE ONLY PROBLEM"
  • [30] COASTAL SECURITY PRECAUTION
  • [31] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TO CELEBRATE ITS 38TH ANNIVERSARY
  • [32] TWO NEW AIRPLANES JOIN IN KHTY FLEET
  • [33] FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS...
  • [34] WILL THERE BE A CONSENSUS? BY SABAHATTIN ONKIBAR (TURKIYE)

  • [01] FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS...

    [02] COUNTDOWN FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY

    The first round of voting for the election of the 10th president of Turkey is planned to be held on Thursday April 27. The application of candidates for presidency will end tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. Following this, the Advisory Council will meet to determine a calender for the ballot. According to the draft schedule, the first round of the voting will be held on Thursday. If none of the nominees can obtain 367 votes, the second ballot will be carried out on Monday, May 1. /Hurriyet/

    [03] CELEBRATIONS FOR APRIL 23

    The April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day and the 80th inauguration anniversary of the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TGNA) was celebrated enthusiastically yesterday accross the country, in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), in Turkish Missions abroad and in Turkish-Speaking Countries. Hundreds of thousands of people filled stadiums to attend the ceremonies, disregarding the cold weather. President Suleyman Demirel received 3,200 students and teachers at Cankaya Palace and toasted their festival. In the meantime, the Speaker of the TGNA, Yildirim Akbulut, hosted a reception to mark the 80th openning day of the TGNA. President Suleyman Demirel, the Chief of General Staff, Gen.Huseyin Kivrikoglu, the Leader of the Nationalist Action Party (MHP) Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State, Devlet Bahceli, the Leader of Virtue Party (FP), Recai Kutan, the Leader of True Path Party (DYP), Tansu Ciller and a number of high-level bureaucrats, parliamentarians, military commanders and diplomats from foreign missions attended the reception. /Turkiye/

    [04] AKBULUT ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY

    The Speaker of the Turkish Parliament Yildirim Akbulut announced his candidacy yesterday. Akbulut reportedly talked to the Chairman of the Motherland Party (ANAP) Mesut Yilmaz on Sunday and informed him that he will definitely run for office. The Executive Council of ANAP is expected to hold a separate meeting before noon today to make an assessment of four names which were mentioned as the most appropriate presidential candidates during the leaders' summit last Saturday, upon which the position adopted by the ANAP will be clarified. Other candidates who officially nominated themselves for the presidency are the Democratic Left Party (DSP) Eskisehir Deputy Mail Buyukerman, ANAP Balikesir Deputy Agah Oktay Guner and DSP Ankara Deputy Oguz Aygun. /All papers/

    [05] YILMAZ MEETS BAHCELI

    Motherland Party (ANAP) leader Mesut Yilmaz, in a surprise move, met the coalition partner, Devlet Bahceli, yesterday evening, a meeting which lasted for 55 minutes. After this meeting, Yilmaz answered the question of a journalist, asking if he was a candidate for President, which Yilmaz replied to saying, "I am still saying the same thing that I said from the very beginning. If certain developments occur, you will learn this from me." While answering another question, Yilmaz said that they had made a general evaluation with Bahceli concerning the presidential election and that they had not discussed specific names. /Sabah/

    [06] AUSTRALIAN PREMIER IN TURKEY

    Turkey, which aims to develop its relations with the countries in the Pacific Ocean, is hosting Australian Prime Minister John Howard, after New Zealand's Premier, Helen Clark. During his reception of the Australian Premier, President Suleyman Demirel stated that there were various investment opportunities in Turkey, especially in energy and privatization areas. Stressing that relations between the two countries were perfect, Demirel invited Australian investors to Turkey and asked to increase the trade volume. Australian Premier Howard pointed out that about 150,000 Turkish citizens were living in Australia and they made great contributions to their society. Howard also invited Demirel to Australia. /Cumhuriyet/

    [07] DEMIRALP: "INTEREST RATES WILL DECREASE"

    Treasury Undersecretary Selcuk Demiralp said that with the recent Treasury tender, the interest rates decreased to the 1985 levels. Demiralp stated that the domestic borrowing policy was progressing succesfully and added that the decrease in interest rates would continue. /Aksam/

    [08] NEW ENERGY ADVISER

    The Energy Ministry has begun a search to find a new advisory firm for the project to harmonize the energy market with free market conditions. Since the Energy Sector Reform Programme prepared by Coopers and Lybrand, an advisory company, has been viewed as inadequate by the World Bank, a new advisory company will be brought in. The World Bank suggests a the Turkish Electricity Transmission and Centre Services Company would be established for the distribution of energy. /Aksam/

    [09] SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY FAIR

    The Cukurova Imports and Exports Turk Joint Stock Company has received much attention at the 'Sixth International Construction Machinery, Technology and Equipment Fair'. The General Director of the Company, Onder Alp, said that constructors and industrialists in particular showed great interest in the fair, which was attended by many guests. /Aksam/

    [10] ARCHBISHOP CALLS ON GREEK CYPRIOTS

    The Greek Cypriot Archbishop Hrisostomos has called upon the Greek Cypriot Administration to review its stance concerning the Cyprus problem. Hrisostomos said that Greek Cypriot leaders should attempt to implement the UN resolutions on the Island in order to bring about the withdrawal of the Turkish Army from the Island. Hrisostomos pointed out that the withdrawal of Turkish soldiers from the Island should be a pre-condition. /Aksam/

    [11] SERDAR DENKTAS: "TURKISH CYPRIOTS ARE NOT A MINORITY"

    The Chairman of the Democrat Party in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Serdar Denktas, said that Turkish Cypriots are not a minority on the Island and that they would never accept such a label. In a statement to the 'Elefterotipia' newspaper published in Greece, Denktas stated that the final agreement to be reached concerning the Cyprus issue should be the one that would not cause new conflicts on the Island. He said, "We should form a new style of state in which we will also be a partner. The issue of our low population density is not important. We do not want our children to go through the negative experiences we have lived. The Island is all of us". He added that the TRNC supported Turkey's foreign policy on the Cyprus issue and that the implementation of Turkish Foreign Minister Ismail Cem on the issue was viewed positively by all Turkish Cypriots. Meanwhile, the TRNC Supreme Election Board officially announced the re-election of Rauf Denktas as the President of the TRNC. Denktas will swear in at the Assembly for his duty, to last until the year 2005. /Aksam/

    [12] TURCO-ALGERIAN COOPERATION

    Turkish has stated, through Foreign Minister Ismail Cem's two-day official visit to the country, that it wants to improve its relations with Algeria, with which Turkey has historical and cultural ties. Received by Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and Prime Minister Ahmed Benbitour, Cem conveyed President Suleyman Demirel's invitation to Bouteflika to visit Turkey. The President responded positively to the call. In a written statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it was stated that bilateral political, economic, commercial and cultural ties were taken up during the talks along with regional and international topics. Cem had also conveyed Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit's message to Benbitour in which Ecevit reiterated the Turkish nation's desire to improve its relations with Algeria. Cem has stated that Turkey was ready to contribute in every possible way to developing the Algerian economy. /All papers/

    [13] CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSING FOR QUAKE VICTIMS TO START

    Bids will be invited by the Ministry of Housing and Public Works for the construction of houses in quake-stricken northwestern Anatolia at the end of April. Ministry officials said that 40,000 residences will be built for those whose houses were destroyed by the August 17 earthquake last year. Turkey granted $1.1 billion in international loans for the cosntruction of the houses. The applications should be completed within 10-15 days and the construction of houses will start in May, with a plan to finish in December. /All papers/

    [14] ISO SUBMITS BILL FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL

    Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO) prepared a draft bill proposal for the foundation of an Economic and Social Council, in compliance with European Union laws and regulations. In the ISO bill, the council would be composed of government, employer, labour organization and professional chamber representatives. Each group will have 16 members and the council will consist of a total of 64 members, each elected for a two-year term by their organizations. The bill proposes that representatives from the European chamber of industry, Eurochamber, also take part in the employers' group. ISO has submitted its bill to the government. /All papers/

    [15] TURKEY CALLS FOR CONTINUED IMF-WORLD BANK SUPPORT

    Turkey has called on the IMF and the World Bank to continue assisting member countries for structural reform, the State Minister responsible for the Treasury, Recep Onal, told the Anatolia News Agency. Onal, who attended the IMF-World Bank spring meetings and the UN Economic and Social Council in the US last week, said that the IMF has a tendency to deprive countries with an income per capita above $4,000 of assistance. Noting that Turkey's national income per capita has come close to the $4,000 mark, Onal stated he suggested that both institutions recognize the exception of developing countries that are carrying out structural reforms. Onal added that the new tendency has not yet evolved into an official policy, but it would not affect the current IMF-World Bank financial assistance to Turkey in either case.

    [16] GEN.KIVRIKOGLU: "NO CHANGE IN GREECE"

    During the reception, held in the TGNA, the Chief of General Staff, Gen.Huseyin Kivrikoglu, replied to the questions posed by journalists. Concerning the declaration of the Greek Premier Kostas Simitis that the only issue with Turkey was the "continential shelf", Gen.Kivrikoglu stated, "It is understood that there was no change in the Greek view. This statement may be made in an attempt to gain a vote of confidence. While they are claiming that there is only one issue, we assert that there are four or five. We should agree on that." Kivrikoglu noted that the Greek Chief of General Staff would visit Turkey in the fall and he, Kivrikoglu, would visit Athens. He emphasized that they aimed to develop the rapprochement between the two countries, also in military areas. /Cumhuriyet/

    [17] LEADERS' MEETING

    The leaders of the coalitian partners will convene today to determine a presidential candidate. Premier Bulent Ecevit stressed his belief that they could reach an agreement on a candidate with their partners. If a compromise can be obtained, the leaders will also visit the oppositon party leaders to obtain their support. If they cannot agree, every party will declare its own candidate. During the last meeting of the government partners, four names, the Minister of National Defense, Sabahattin Cakmakoglu, Foreign Minister Ismail Cem, and from outside, Prof.Mehmet Haberal and Prof.Kamil Turan were put forward. /Turkiye/

    [18] FOLK SONGS OF FRIENDSHIP FOR PAPANDREOU

    Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, George Papandreou, visited the Turkish products fair for the first time in Athens. Papandreou was welcomed by Turkey's Ambassador to Athens, Ali Tuygan, at the entrance to the fair. Papandreou toured the whole fair and visited the stands separately, as well as speaking to the Turkish businessmen. During these speeches, Papandreou pointed out the importance of Turco-Greek economic cooperation. Papandreou also visited Koc Holding Company's stand and asked them questions about the productions of Beko Company and the activities of RAM Foreign Trade Company and showed interest in their contacts with Greek. In addition, RAM Company's Foreign Relations Administrative, Suna Koc, gave Papandreau a CD that included Turkish and Modern Greek folk songs. /Milliyet/

    [19] TURSAB'S INVITATION TO CLINTON

    The Turkish Association of Travel Agencies (TURSAB) sent a letter to American President Bill Clinton, inviting him to take a 'Blue Tour' through Turkey when he retires. If Clinton accepts this invitation, he will spend a holiday in the bays of Fethiye, Bodrum and Marmaris on a yacht called 'Savarona' that will be given to him for ten days. Chairman of TURSAB, Basaran Ulusoy, said that they had delivered this letter to the American Ambassador to Turkey and that they were expecting an answer from Clinton in a few days. /Milliyet/

    [20] KREMLIN AND SAN MARCO SQUARES IN ANTALYA

    MNG Holding Company will build four hotel facilities in Antalya's district of Aksu, including a facility that will be a replica of the Kremlin Palace and, in addition, an imitation of the Iskenderiye Lighthouse will be built next to the Kremlin, while HSC Construction Company will stimulate Venice's famous San Marco Square. MNG is also planning to build the White House in the same region after a period of time. Project Director of Targem, which is the project and architecture company attached to MNG Holding Company, Serdar Canoglu, stated that they started the research and analysis works for the construction of the Kremlin and that they would start the construction in a short period of time. Canoglu stated that this hotel will have a capacity of 2,000 beds and that they had designed the whole surrounding area the same as the original. /Sabah/

    [21] IMPROVEMENT IN TOURISM

    In an article entitled 'Contributions of Tourism Investors to Economy II,' which was prepared by the Turkish Association of Tourism Investors (TYD), the developments that have occurred since 1980 up to now were documented. In this research, it was stated that the tourism sector's foreign exchange profit increased by an average of 23.7% per year between 1983 and 1997. In this report, it was added, "Tourism's profit was increased by two fold in each of three year period, which breaks the previous record. In no other sector has the foreign exchange profit improved this much. In the same period of time, the annual export average increased by 11.5%." /Sabah/

    [22] DISCUSSION OF 'HIGH PRIORITY REGION' BETWEEN ADANA AND GAZIANTEP

    The efforts on the 'High Priority Region,' which was placed on the agenda by Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit during his visit to the US, caused some quarrels between two provinces, Adana and Gaziantep. Businessmen from Adana claim that Yumurtalik is the best place for this 'High Priority Region' because of its harbour, whereas the businessmen from Gaziantep state that Gaziantep is more suitable due to the fact that it is closer to the Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) Region and due to the rate of industrialization in this region. The items that are produced in the 'High Priority Region' will be exported to the US through Israel without customs and quota. /Sabah/

    [23] 100 MILLION DOLLARS FOR WIND ENERGY

    Bilgin Holding Company is preparing to make huge investments in the energy sector. Bilgin Holding-Escort Energy Joint Initiative Group, will establish five wind power-stations amounting to 100 million dollars in the Izmir region if the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources gives the necessary permission for investment. The Deputy General Director of Bilgin Holding Company, Emre Bilgin, stated that they were likely to decrease the period of production from one year to nine months with Bilgin Holding-Escort Energy Joint Initiative Group. Bilgin added that they began to search for a loan from abroad for the financing of this project and that they would be able to meet the financing of this project after receiving the licence. /Sabah/

    [24] TURCO-BRITISH PARTNERSHIP

    Many foreign and Turkish firms are preparing to give proposals for Asil Celik Company, which entered into the bidding with Isdemir Company. One of the biggest companies among those who gave proposal for Asil Celik Company, is the British Steel Company, which also meets Toyotasa's need for steel in Turkey. Within this framework, Asil Celik Company, which exports 60% of its production, attracts the attention of not only the Turkish companies, but also foreign ones. /Sabah/

    [25] ARMENIAN PATRIARCH INVITES POPE TO TURKEY

    On the occasion of Easter, one of the biggest celebrations of the Christian world, Turkey's Armenian Patriarchate organized a 'Great Easter Ceremony' yesterday. Armenians living in Istanbul attended the ceremony in Kumkapi Patriarchate Church. Painted eggs, the symbols of rebirth, were distributed to the participants. The Patriarch sent an Easter message to Pope Jean Paul II, inviting him to Turkey. /Milliyet/

    [26] NEW BREAKTHROUGH IN CAUCASIA

    Ankara stated that it is ready to help the establishment of a NATO information centre in Azerbaijan. Ambassador Onur Oymen, Turkey's Permanent Representative to NATO, who is currently paying an unofficial visit to Baku, was received by Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Vilayet Guliyev yesterday. According to the Russian Interfax agency, Oymen stated that the NATO information centre in Azerbaijan could be active in a wide region consisting of Central Asia as well as Caucasia. Oymen pointed out that the participation of Baku in NATO programmes would be beneficial for both sides and added that these programmes would not be limited to the military, but also comprise science, education and culture. Oymen is also scheduled to be received by the Head of State Haydar Aliyev. /Milliyet/

    [27] TIGEM TO PRIVATIZE SOME OF ITS FACILITIES

    The General Directorate of the Agricultural Facilities (TIGEM), one of the biggest agricultural companies in Turkey, will privatize some of its facilities. TIGEM General Director Mehmet Ali Unal said that the announcement for the privatization of the 10-12 companies would be published within 15 days. Unal pointed out that initially, a tender for every company from every region would be put out. /Star/

    [28] STOCK EXPOSURE OF INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS AT 61%

    Grocery store chain Migros is the most popular share among 21 investment partnerships trading on the Istanbul Stock Exchange, the Anatolia News Agency reports. According to portfolio statements dated March 31, the total value of the 21 investment partnerships is 79.2 trillion TL. Their exposure to stocks is 61%, that is, 48.6 trillion TL. Migros shares held by 13 investment partnerships are valued at 2.8 trillion TL, which amounts to 5.7% of their portfolio.

    [29] SIMITIS: "CONTINENTAL SHELF IS THE ONLY PROBLEM"

    Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis claims that the only problem Greece has with Turkey is the determination of the continental shelf in the Aegean Sea, the Anatolia News Agency reports. Speaking at the Greek Parliament about his government's programme, Simitis touched on the issue of bilateral relations with Turkey and also the Cyprus dispute. Simitis stressed that Greece would pursue a foreign policy regarding its differences with Turkey according to the conclusions of the Helsinki Summit under which Turkey was declared a candidate for EU membership. He also said that it was out of question for Athens to change its well-known stances over these differences.

    [30] COASTAL SECURITY PRECAUTION

    Another project has been included on the Defence Industry Undersecretariat (SSM) programme. This is to establish a helicopter fleet for coastal protection to maintain order in Turkish waters with the primary emphasis on preventing weapons smuggling, drug trafficking and illegal immigration, the Anatolia News Agency reports. With the establishment of the helicopter fleet, which is aimed at enforcing the law and safeguarding life and property, an effective monitoring of our territorial waters will be possible.

    [31] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TO CELEBRATE ITS 38TH ANNIVERSARY

    The Constitutional Court will celebrate its 38th anniversary of its establishment tomorrow with various activities and ceremonies. President Suleyman Demirel and Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit are expected to attend the ceremony to be held at the court tomorrow. Court Chairman Ahmet Necdet Sezer, European Court of Human Rights Chairman Luzuis Wildhaber and the European Court's Turkish judge will make speeches at the ceremony. Then a symposium titled "The Constitutional Judge" will be held, continuing until Wednesday. /Turkish Daily News/

    [32] TWO NEW AIRPLANES JOIN IN KHTY FLEET

    Two new Boeing 737-800 airplanes have joined the Cyprus Airlines (KHTY) fleet. The planes, which landed at Ankara's Esenboga Airport on Saturday night, were hired from an Irish company, Sancrod, for 73 months. The planes, whose custom procedures were completed yesterday, will fly to Ercan Airport today after having got their flight certificates from the Ministry of Transport. /Turkish Daily News/

    [33] FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS... FROM THE COLUMNS...

    [34] WILL THERE BE A CONSENSUS? BY SABAHATTIN ONKIBAR (TURKIYE)

    Columnist Sabahattin Onkibar writes the following in his article today:

    "It seems unlikely that a consensus will be reached on Prof. Mehmet Haberal, Ismail Cem, Sabahattin Cakmakoglu and Prof. Kamil Turan concerning the presidential election. If Ecevit or Bahceli accepts the proposal of one another, then the one who accepted the proposal will be placed in a difficult situation with his party and in the public eye. If we are to analyse these candidates one by one, it would be as follows: Prof. Haberal is the symbol of ambition, convinction and success, as well as a medical authority in terms of organ transport in Turkey. In addition, I do not agree with those who claim that he does not know enough with regards to economy and foreign policy. I think his chance in the presidential election are very high due to the fact that he is from the central right-wing party, which will assure him votes not only from Democratic Left Party (DSP), but also from the True Path Party (DYP) and from the Nationalist Action Party (MHP).

    As for Ismail Cem, I can say that his quality as a candidate and his personal charisma cannot be disputed. He is very much esteemed not only in Turkey, but also abroad. However, it is not very easy for Cem, who is a theoretician of leftist policy, to be accepted by an Assembly with a right-wing majority. As for Sabahattin Cakmakoglu, who was the apple of the eye of deceased President Turgut Ozal and MHP's deceased leader Turkes, I claim that he is one of the few men who can be a perfect President. There is no need to list his positive characteristics, and his only handicap would be the low possibility of receiving a vote from the DSP. If Yilmaz does not become a candidate, Cakmakoglu is likely to receive the vote of the Motherland (ANAP) Party. As for Prof. Turan, I can say that we do not know much about him, in contrast to the other candidates. According to the things we have heard, he is close to Mr. Bahceli and has very positive characteristics. Those whom I mentioned above are not the official candidates, but there are those who have become candidates officially and their number is increasing rapidly. However, ANAP leader Yilmaz is not a candidate yet and if he becomes a candidate, then all the balance in the Turkish Grand National Assemly (TGNA) will be turned upside-down. Today, the issue of his candidacy will be settled and it will become clear whether or not a consensus can be reached on the presidential election.So the one word is continuing".


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