What is the form of government in Turkey?
Turkey is a republic with a president elected by popular vote. The government is based on the 1982 Constitution. The government is divided into executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
Government of Turkey
executive: The branch of government that carries out laws and policies, headed by the president. legislative: The branch of government that makes laws, headed by the Grand National Assembly. judicial: The branch of government that interprets laws and resolves disputes, headed by the Constitutional Court.
What do you think is the most important role of the government in Turkey?
- Ensuring an equitable distribution of wealth and resources.
- Promoting economic growth and development.
- Protecting citizens from harm and injustice.
- Providing basic public services.
- None of the above.
Turkey is the world's 37th largest country in terms of land area. Turkey has a population of over 82 million people. Turkey is known for its delicious cuisine, which includes dishes such as doner kebab and baklava.
Draw / write: How do citizens in Turkey participate in the parliamentary democracy?
Draw / write: What are the differences between autocratic and democratic governments in Turkey?
What would life be like if Turkey were an autocratic government instead of a parliamentary democracy?
Do you think that citizens in Turkey have enough power to influence the decisions of their government?