TURKEY PROGRESS REPORT AND CONCLUSİONS

Book : TURKEY PROGRESS REPORT AND CONCLUSİONS

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Other

Publishing Location : BRÜSSEL

Published Date : Ekim 2012

Publisher : European Commission

Document Type : Report

Book No : 7640

INDEX

1.Introyction....... 4
1.1. Preface..........4
1.2. Context .........4
1.3. Relatıons between the EU and Turke ....4
2. Polıtıcal crıterıa and enhanced polıtıcal dıalogue..6
2.1. Democracy and the rule of law...... 7
2.2. Human rights and the protection of minorities ... 18
2.3. Regional issues and international obligations.....35
3. Economic criteria.................. 37
3.1. The existence of a functioning market economy..37
3.2. The capacity to cope With competıtive pressure and market forces within the Union........41
4. Ability to take on the obligations of membership.. 43
4.1. Chapter 1: Free movement of goods .............. 43
4.2. Chapter 2: Freedom of movement for workers..46
4.3. Chapter 3: Right of establishment and freedom to provide services ...... 46
4.4. Chapter 4: Free movement of capital...... 47
4.5. Chapter 5: Publıc procurement.............48
4.6. Chapter 6: Company law................... 50
4.7. Chapter 7: Intellectual property......... 50
4.8. Chapter 8: Competıtıon policy............ 52
4.9. Chapter 9: Fınancıal services............ 52
4.10. Chapter 10: Information society and media...53
4.11. Chapter 11: Agriculture................55
4.12. Chapter 12: Food safety, Veterinary and phytosanitary policy ......................... 56
4.13. Chapter 13; Fisheries..................... 57
4.14. Chapter 14: Transport policy ............ 58
4.15. Chapter 15: Energy...................... 60
4.16. Chapter 16: Taxation..................... 62
4.17. Chapter 17: Economic and monetary policy.. 63
4.18. Chapter 18: Statistics.....................64
4.19. Chapter 19: Social policy and employment.. 64
4.20. Chapter 20: Enterprise and industrieal poicy.. 67
4.21. Chapter 21: Trans European Networks.......68
4.22. chapter 22: Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments ....................... 69
4.23. chapter 23: Judiciary and fundamental rights 70
4.24. chapter 24: Justice, freedom and security .........75
4.25. chapter 25: Science and research ..... 79
4.26. chapter 26: Education and culture........ 80
4.27. chapter 27: Environment and climate change..... 82
4.28. chapter 28: Consumer and health protection... 84
4.29. chapter 29: Customs Union.................. 85
4.30. chapter 30: External relations............. 86
4.31. chapter 31: Foreign, Security and Defence policy. 87
4.32. chapter 32: Financial control................ 89
4.33. chapter 33: Financial and budgetary provisions. 91