With the Law No. 6360, the definitions of rural / village and city have been intertwined with the urbanization of the villages. As a result of the closure of the rural municipalities and the transformation of the villages into neighborhoods, the rural / village areas were transformed into cities in a day. The differences between the rural and urban areas, which are the settlements containing different socio-economic and cultural qualities, are ignored and the country-specific elements are ignored by a legal arrangement. The complexity of the law also causes various problems in economic, political, social and cultural terms. Villages, towns may have been administratively transformed into urban populations, but the tradition of living from the past still continues. The law is only in the foreground with its economic and political dimension. Therefore, the Law was prepared without considering the dynamics and values of individuals, culture and sociological life. The Law on non-consultation with local residents threatens agricultural production and rural areas. The metropolitan law and the changes made in terms of local government have had an impact on rural areas as in all areas. However, the distance of municipalities to rural areas raises concerns about the provision of services. Especially in metropolitan and district municipalities, qualified and experienced personnel units related to rural areas should be established and the budget allocated to these units should be increased.
Law No. 6360, Local Governments, Rural Areas.