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Lewis, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, p. 486. 5. Pope and Pope, Turkey Unveiled: A History of Modern Turkey, p. 67. 6. Jacques Chirac talking at a press conference on October 4 (the day after accession talks with the EU were launched); see Guardian Unlimited (The Guardian digital edition), 5 October 2005. 7. Treaty on European Union (consolidated version), art. 1. 8. Brussels European Council, 16–17 December 2004, Presidency Conclusions, paragraph 17. 9. ’ See European Commission, Communication from the Commission to the Council and the Parliament, ‘Recommendation of the European Commission on Turkey’s Progress towards Accession’ (6 October 2004), p.
5. Less than 5 ha (2 to 5) 6. 7. 5 – Ͻ 20 ha (6ϩ7) 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 26 20 ha or more (8 to 12) Source: State Institute for Statistics, Turkey, 2001. 17 Mehmet Ugur 31 to take two forms: (1) a fall in small-farm incomes and (2) a continuous addition to surplus labour in the short and medium terms. EU accession can enable Turkey to ameliorate these costs through three channels. First, Turkey will be eligible for common agricultural policy (CAP) support from the Guarantee and Guidance sections of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
14. European Commission, Communication from the Commission to the Council and the Parliament, ‘Recommendation of the European Commission on Turkey’s Progress Towards Accession,’ p. 8. 15. Washington Times, ‘Turkey’s Continental Drift,’ 10 October 2004. 16. José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, statement at a press conference, 17 December 2004. 17. The results of a poll carried out in October–November 2005 showed that 55 per cent of the Europeans are against Turkish accession, 31 per cent in favour, and the rest 14 per cent do knot know.