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T.R. MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS Strategy Development Board RETURN TO VILLAGE AND REHABILITATION PROJECT Presented by : B. SITKI DAĞ.

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1 T.R. MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS Strategy Development Board RETURN TO VILLAGE AND REHABILITATION PROJECT Presented by : B. SITKI DAĞ

2  PROBLEM REGION IS CONTROLLED BY NON-STATE POWERS  IDPs STAY IN CAMPS  GIVING THEM IDPs ID CARDS IN ADDITION TO REGULAR NORMAL ID CARDS  DISCRIMINATION AGAINST IDPs IN TERMS OF GRANTED RIGHTS  FACT EXPERIENCED IN THE REGION IS EITHER A DOMESTIC CONFLICT OR NATURAL DISASTER

3 THIS FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM; WAS CARRIED ON IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULES OF LAW AND MAINTAINING OF “SUPREMACY OF LAW” ACHIEVED.

4 MIGRATION; ADVERSELY AFFECTED BOTH THOSE MIGRATED AND HOST POPULATION

5 THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BEING A SOCIAL WELFARE STATE GOVERNED BY THE RULE OF LAW; NO MATTER WHO OR WHAT CAUSED OUR CITIZENS TO SUFFER LOSSES  EITHER BECAUSE OF ACTS OF TERRORIST GROUPS  OR THE MEASURES TAKEN BY THE STATE DURING THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IS TO COMPENSATE THESE LOSSES OF OUR CITIZENS WHO ARE IN FACT VICTIMS OF TERRORISM

6 PROTECTING AND IMPROVING HUMAN RIGHTS, IS AMONG TURKEY’S PRIORITY POLITICAL TARGETS

7  EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTION  THE CASE LAW OF EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS  COPENHAGEN CRITERIA  ACCESSION PARTNERSHIP DOCUMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION  NATIONAL PROGRAM  DEMANDS AND EXPECTATIONS OF OUR CITIZENS IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RIGHTS

8  INVESTMENT INCENTIVES  TAX EXEMPTIONS  SUBSIDIES TO AGRICULTURE SECTOR

9 RETURN TO VILLAGE AND REHABILITATION PROJECT HAS THE FOLLOWING OBJECTIVES; “ESTABLISHMENT OF SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD CONDITIONS FOR THE FAMILIES THOSE DEPART FROM THEIR VILLAGES IN THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST ANATOLIA DUE TO VARIOUS REASONS, TOP AMONG OF WHICH IS SECURITY, AND WANT TO RETURN VOLUNTARILY EITHER TO THEIR OWN VILLAGES, VICINITY OF THEIR VILLAGES OR ANOTHER PLACE WITH SUITABLE FIELDS THROUGH CONSTRUCTION OF REQUIRED SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE”

10 15 PROVINCES IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP

11  CIRCULAR OF THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER DATED 27/01/1998  CIRCULARS OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS DATED 15/05/2000 NO 1014 AND DATED 01/07/2005 NO 68  RESOLUTION OF THE CABINET DATED 17/08/2005 AND ENTITLED “MEASURES ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS AND RETURN TO VILLAGE AND REHABILITATION PROJECT”

12 CIRCULAR DATED 1998

13  THE COORDINATION RESPONSIBILITY GIVEN TO THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS  GOVERNORS’ OFFICES CARRY OUT PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES  RETURNS WILL BE ON VOLUNTEER BASIS AND WILL NOT BE IMPLEMENTED AS AN OBLIGATORY POLICY

14  CIRCULAR OF THE OFFICE OF PRIME MINISTER -27 JANUARY 1998  UN GUIDING PRINCIPLES - 11 FEBRUARY 1998

15 CIRCULAR DATED 2000

16  IDENTIFYING FACTS ABOUT MIGRATION  FORMING TECHNICAL BUREAUS  USE OF PROJECT ALLOCATIONS ONLY FOR RETURN PURPOSES  PREPARING PROVINCIAL PROPOSALS

17 CIRCULAR DATED 2005

18  ENSURE CSO REPRESENTATIVES’ PARTICIPATION TO THE MEETINGS  ENCOURAGE CSO PARTICIPATION TO THE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION  SUPPORT CSO PROJECTS  CLARITY AND TRANSPARENCY

19 COUNCIL OF MINISTERS RESOLUTION

20  BASIC APPROACHES AND POLICIES  INTEGRATED STRATEGY  BASIC PRINCIPLES  CONTRIBUTION OF CIVIL SOCIETY  TRANSPARENCY AND PROMOTION  FINANCE  JUDICIAL FRAMEWORK

21  TO BE BASED ON DISCRETIONARY AND VOLUNTARY DECISIONS, RETURNS SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO ANY PERMITS  HIGHEST OFFICER OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION OF THE LOCATION THAT IDPs WANT TO RETURN SHALL BE INFORMED ABOUT THE ISSUE  POPULATION OF LOCATIONS TO BE OPENED FOR SETTLEMENT SHOULD BE MORE THAN 150 AND MORE THAN 30 HOUSEHOLDS

22  “CENTRAL VILLAGES” AND “CENTERS OF ATTRACTION” FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTIVIZATION OF SERVICES  COMPLAINTS ABOUT TEMPORARY VILLAGE GUARDS  LANDMINES LAID BY TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS  THOSE WHO DO NOT WANT TO RETURN

23  MINISTRIES, PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS SHALL PREFERENTIALLY EVALUATE THE VIEWS AND PROPOSALS OF THE RELEVANT GOVERNORS OFFICES WHILE THEY DEVELOP INVESTMENT PROGRAMS  THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS SHALL ENSURE THE REQUIRED CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION

24  SUFFICIENT CONSULTATION AND COOPERATION WITH THE NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS WILL BE ENHANCED, AND PRECAUTIONS FOR TRUST BUILDING AND PUBLIC INFORMATION MEASURES WILL BE TAKEN.  TOOLS AND MECHANISMS FOR SOLUTION SHALL BE MADE PUBLIC

25  FOUNDATIONS FOR AN ARRANGEMENT ENSURING FINANCIAL DISCIPLINE AND TRANSPARENCY SHALL BE DEVELOPED  UNIFORMITY SHALL BE ENSURED THROUGH IDENTIFICATION OF LEGAL FRAMEWORK

26 QUANTITATIVE DATA ON MIGRATION

27  PROVINCES IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP: 14  DISTRICTS IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP : 95  VILLAGES IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP: 945  SUB-VILLAGES IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP:  HOUSEHOLDS IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP:  (VILLAGE: ; SUB-VILLAGE: )  PERSONS IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP:  (VILLAGE: ; SUB-VILLAGE : )

28  HOUSEHOLDS WHICH RETURNED TO THEIR VILLAGE:  POPULATION WHICH RETURNED TO VILLAGE:  HOUSEHOLDS WHICH RETURNED TO SUB- VILLAGES:  POPULATION WHICH RETURNED TO SUB- VILLAGES:  TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS WHICH RETURNED:  TOTAL POPULATION WHICH RETURNED:

29  INCLUDES FACTS ONLY ABOUT THE MIGRATION EXPERIENCED IN VILLAGES, NOT INCLUDES THE CITY CENTERS.  MIGRATIONS AFTER 1998 IS EXCLUDED FROM THE DEFIITION OF “MIGRATION DUE TO SECURITY REASONS”  REFERS TO INFORMATION ABOUT 14 PROVINCES IN THE SCOPE OF RVRP.

30 DATA ON EXPENSES

31  CONTRIBUTION IN KIND : YTL  CASH CONTRIBUTION : YTL  OVERALL CONTRIBUTIONS: YTL

32  ONGOING INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS INCLUDING ROAD, WATER, ELECTRICITY, SEWERAGE ETC  REPAIR AND RESTORE OF DESTROYED SCHOOLS, VILLAGE CLINICS, MOSQUES  SUPPLY OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TO CITIZENS WHO RETURNED TO THEIR VILLAGES TO BUILD THEIR OWN HOUSES  OPPORTUNITY CREATED TO THE CITIZENS TO LEARN A TRADE TO EARN THEIR LIVES THROUGH AGRICULTURE, ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND HANDICRAFTS PROJECTS

33 LAW NO 5233

34  LAW NO 5233 ON COMPENSATION OF LOSSES RESULTING FROM TERRORIST ACTS AND MEASURES TAKEN AGAINST TERRORISM  OFFICIAL GAZETTE DATED NO  LAW NO 5442 ON AMENDING LAW ON COMPENSATION OF LOSSES RESULTING FROM TERRORIST ACTS AND MEASURES TAKEN AGAINST TERRORISM:  OFFICIAL GAZETTE DATED NO 26042

35 ACROSS THE COUNTRY;  IN 79 PROVINCES  92 “LOSS ESTIMATION COMMISSIONS”

36 AS OF 31 JANUARY 2006; OUT OF APPLICATIONS APPLICATIONS ARE FINALIZED

37 OF THE APPLICATIONS FINALIZED IT WAS DECIDED TO;  COMPENSATE LOSSES OF APPLICATIONS  REJECTED APPLICATIONS (5.248 APPLICATIONS WERE REJECTED BECAUSE THEY WERE PREVIOUSLY COMPENSATED IN VARIOUS WAYS)

38  COMPENSATION ACCORD WAS SIGNED WITH CITIZENS  YTL WAS PAID FOR COMPENSATION ACCORD.

39 OBJECTIVE OF THE LAW; TO ENSURE RAPID, EFFECTIVE, FAIR AND PEACEFUL COMPENSATION OF THE LOSSES OF REAL PERSONS AND LEGAL ENTITIES OF PRIVATE LAW INCURRED BECAUSE OF ACTS OF TERRORISM OR THE ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AS PART OF COMBAT AGAINST TERRORISM THROUGH PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT WITHOUT APPLYING TO JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES

40 EXCLUDED LOSSES;  LOSSES COMPENSATED BY THE STATE THROUGH ALLOCATION OF LAND OR HOUSE OR IN OTHER WAY  LOSSES COMPENSATED AS RULED BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND THOSE COMPENSATED AS A RESULT OF PAID DAMAGES THROUGH “PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT”

41  LOSSES INCURRED BY PEOPLE WHO VOLUNTARILY LEFT THEIR HOME FOR REASONS OTHER THAN SECURITY ONES  LOSSES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF PEOPLE’S OWN DESIGNS  LOSSES INCURRED BY PEOPLE WHO WERE CONVICTED OF ASSISTING AND SUPPORTING TERRORISTS AND BECAUSE OF THESE ACTS

42 LOSSES THAT MIGHT BE COMPENSATED BY PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT;  ALL KINDS OF LOSSES TO ANIMALS, TREES, PRODUCTS AND OTHER MOVABLE AND IMMOVABLE  TREATMENT AND FUNERAL COSTS AS WELL AS LOSSES INCURRED IN CASE OF INJURIES, DISABILITIES AND DEATH  TANGIBLE DAMAGES INCURRED BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE UNABLE TO REACH THEIR ASSETS DUE TO ACTIVITIES OF COMBAT TERRORISM

43 CHANGES THAT LAW NO 5442 HAS BROUGHT ABOUT

44  PAYING ATTENDANCE FEE TO THE CHAIRS AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSIONS  PAYING EXPEDITION FEE TO COMMISSION MEMBERS WHO ATTENDED EXPEDITION FOR LOSS ESTIMATION  PROCEDURE FOR PAYING COMPETENT PARTY FEES  MEMBERS OF LOSS ESTIMATION COMMISSION CANNOT BE COMMISSIONED AS COMPETENT PARTY

45  EXTENDING THE DURATION FOR SIGNING DRAFT COMPENSATION ACCORD TO 30 DAYS  PAYING IN THREE MONTHS AT THE LATEST AFTER COMPENSATION ACCORD IS SIGNED  INCREASING THE LIMIT FOR IN KIND AND CASH PAYMENTS REQUIRING TO BE APPROVED BY THE MINISTER TO YTL 50 THOUSAND,

46  COMMISSIONS SHALL BE AUDITED NOT ONLY BY THE MINISTRY BUT ALSO BY THE GOVERNORS’ OFFICES  EXTENDING APPLICATION PERIOD IN RETROSPECTIVE LOSSES  EXTENDING APPLICATION DEADLINE OF PUBLIC OFFICERS OR THEIR INHERITORS WHO SUFFERED LOSSES DUE TO ACTS OF TERRORISM.

47 EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

48 APPLICATION OF AYDIN İÇYER;  THAT LAW NO 5233 CONSTITUTES AN EFFECTIVE DOMESTIC LEGISLATION BOTH THEORETICALLY AND PRACTICALLY  THAT THERE IS NO OBSTACLE FOR AYDIN İÇYER TO RETURN TO HIS VILLAGE

49 THANK YOU


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