Misak-ı Millî (English: National Pact or National Oath) is the set of six important decisions made by the last term of the Ottoman Parliament. Parliament met on 28 January 1920 and published their decisions on 12 February 1920. These decisions resulted in the Occupation of Constantinople by the British, French and Italian troops on 16 March 1920 and the establishment of a new parliament, the Grand National Assembly, in Ankara.
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