TITLE

OSMANLI YENÄ°LEÅžMESÄ°NÄ°N DÄ°YARBEKÄ°R EYALETÄ°'NÄ°N Ä°DARÄ° YAPISI ÃœZERÄ°NDEKÄ° ETKÄ°LERÄ°

AUTHOR(S)
Özcoşar, İbrahim
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2009, Vol. 13 Issue 38, p377
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The application of administrative reforms system in province of Diyarbakir was carried out after both transition process in the all borders of Ottoman and the conditions of the needs of the province itself. When administrative reforms system was carried out partly in 1840's, it faced the reaction of local powerful elements. After the first reaction had been removed, the studies was speed up for making the central authority more effective in province of Diyarbakir where administrative system was carried out completely in 1845. However, the effect of local powerful elements in administration province was offended. At the end of 19th century, local powerful elements began an alteration process. In this period, it is possible to classify the local powerful elements as Muslims elements and Non- Muslim elements. Muslim elements had discrimination in themselves especially in period of Sultan Abdulhamid II. The policy carried out by Abdulhamid for continuation of the state was the main cause for this discrimination. On the one hand there are tribes in Hamidiye Group officially in relations with the government and on the other hand there are enlightened persons believing in the establishment of the state through administration change of western thoughts. Armanians among Non-Muslims began to appear as a powerful element with the help of both the West and komitads.
ACCESSION #
40521649

 

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