Compensation of Damages for Foreign Victims due to Terror under Turkish Law
Within the scope of the Law No. 5233 on the Compensation of Damages Resulting from Terrorism and the Fight against Terrorism, the damages of our citizens who are victims of terrorism are compensated. Under Law No. 6353 and Law No. 6495, employment rights in the public services and salaries are provided for our citizens (including foreigners) who are victims of terrorism. Procedures for the allocation of salaries and the compensation of damages are conducted by the Governors’ Offices and by the Organization of Social Security. Procedures for employment are conducted by the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and by the State Personnel Administration.
Training was provided by the Department of Veterans and Relatives of Martyrs for the personnel assigned at the Provincial Directorates of the Ministry of Family and Social Policies for the relatives of martyrs, veterans and citizens who are victims of terrorism on 24-28 February 2014.
It must be boren in mind that there are exceptions regarding the scope of the law.
The damages to be compensated by this Law through peaceful settlement are as follows:
Atty. Gokhan Cindemir graduated from Anatolian High School of Karadeniz Eregli, after his graduation he studied in Belgium with AFS intercultural exchange program. He obtained his law license degree from Marmara University of Law Faculty. During his university education, he participated in Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition on behalf of the Marmara University. After his admission to Istanbul Bar Association in 2009, he obtained master degree (LL.M) from Gent University / Belgium in the field of European and Comparative law. His master research was about Freedom of Establishment In Relation With Turkey and EEC in the frame of Ankara Agreement. He is specialized in International Private Law, European Law, Real Estate Law, Penal Law and Tort Law. He speaks fluent English and has good command of Dutch and French. He is also authorized as a solicitor, barrister.