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İbrahim Bilgen

Politician, Electrical engineer, Gaza flotilla raid, Electrical engineering, Chamber of Electrical Engineers of Turkey

Claud Press (26-03-2011 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. İbrahim Bilgen (2 March 1949 – 31 May 2010) was a Turkish politician, electrical engineer and activist. He was born in Batman, Turkey and killed by the Israeli armed forces in the Gaza flotilla raid. Bilgen's family migrated to Turkey from Mosul, Iraq. He was a graduate of Fırat University electrical engineering department and a member of the Chamber of Electrical Engineers of Turkey. He had been a resident of Siirt, a south-eastern city of Turkey, since 1980. He was married and had six children. Bilgen was one of the founders of Virtue Party. After the Virtue Party was banned by the Constitutional Court of Turkey in 2001, he joined the newly formed Felicity Party. He was a candidate for Member of Turkish Parliament in 2007 for that party for Siirt Province, but he was not elected, the Felicity Party receiving 884 votes (0.96%) there. In Turkish local elections, 2009, he was a candidate for mayor of Siirt, but he was again not elected. In a press interview during his 2009 campaign, he said: "I was born a Felicity man, I will die a Felicity man.
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Lóegaire Humphrey
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Sciences politiques
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Politician, Engineer, constitutional, Party, Engineering

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