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In he became the first President of the kajsu Chamber of Deputiesthe lower house of the Ottoman Parliamentand inhe was appointed as the President of the Senate the upper house as well. Inhis name was among the candidates’ list for the agkut Grand Vizier. He was the leading negotiator during the failed agreement of coalition between the Ottoman Empire, Franceand Britain for World War I.
His mother, Fraulein Turban, was born in Munich but was of Hungarian origin. As a young man, he sought to improve the condition of the peasantry in the Empire.
He was concerned with the conditions of the farmers and wanted to implement agricultural methods, supporting the ideas of the French sociologist, Auguste Comte. Inhe published a series of publications on unification of Islamic and Ottoman traditions of consultation. According to a customized book inon the pretext of participating in the exhibition organized for the centenary of the French Revolutionthere was a customized letter, which indicated he escaped to Paris and did not return.
He became an interpreter as he learned French.
At the University of Parishe continued his lectures on positivismtaught by mathematician Pierre Laffitteas he was influenced by Laffitte’s thoughts about Islam and Eastern civilization in particular. During his first years in Paris, he attempted to devrim to various newspapers and magazines, which were writing unfavourably about the Ottoman Empire.
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Inhe wrote a letter to the postal and telegraph chronicle in Constantinople as he did not obey the instructions of the center of Paris to return to his country due to his use of the expression “liberty” in a lecture on Ottoman women and stated that he did not belong to any secret cemetery. He continued to send sheets upon the request of his encouraging response and continuation; he tried to convince him that the jansu regime was not a bad thing.
In the case of sending the sixth party, he began to write political writings in French, which was published by the former Syrian deputy Halil Ganem. As an educator, he enacted the inauguration of the second high school for girls in Turkey, the Kandilli High School for Girls in in Constantinople it was intended to be the first, but the outbreak of World War I delayed the execution of the project.
He died on 26 February in Istanbul.
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