An extract on #guzellik
She is the founder of the first party of the Republic of Turkey, Kadnlar Halk Frkas (Peoples Party of Women or Women's People Party) in July 1923. KHF was founded for the political and social rights of women. Due to the political situation during the time, it was not recognized officially by the modern Turkish state.
Muhiddin then founded Trk Kadnlar Birlii (Turkish Women's Union). Trk Kadnlar Birlii continued to press for political equality. In 1927 the Union decided to promote a feminist male candidate to champion women's rights in parliament, but was unsuccessful.
She spent her life working to improve the quality of the lives of Turkish women.
ebab- Tebah (The Lost Youth)
Benliim benimdir (My Ego is Mine)
Gzellik Kraliesi (The Beauty Queen)
Boz Kurt (The Grey Wolf)
stanbul'da Bir Landru (A Landru in Istanbul)
Ate Bcekleri (Fire Flies)
Bir Ak Byle Bitti (This is How A Love Ended)
plak Model (The Naked Model)
zmir ocuu (The Child of Izmir)
Avare Kadn (Wastrel Woman)
Bir Yaz Gecesiydi (It Was a Summer Night)
ngrakl Ylan (The Rattlesnake)
Kalbim Senindir (My Heart Belongs To You)
Sabah Oluyor (Turning Out to be Morning)
Gene Geleceksin (You Will Come Back)
Sus Kalbim Sus! (Shush, My Heart, Shush!)
Trk Kadn (Turkish Woman)
Elizalde's profession is electronic system engineering. While growing up, she became aware of our environment through her Ecology class. Now at 23, she is very much concerned with the protection of the environment.
Abigal Elizalde Romo, Miss Coahuila, was crowned Miss Earth Mexico 2008 in an event held at the Yucatn Convention center. The winner is 23 years old, and 1.83 m-tall. The runners-up were the representatives of Jalisco and San Luis Potos. Making her represent her homeland Mexico in Miss Earth 2008 in the Philippines.
In the pageants preliminary activities Elizalde won several minor/sponsor awards including the Gandang Ricky Reyes Award and Jubille Foundation Award. Beating the 84 other contestants, Abigail Elizalde won also the Best in Swimsuit Award.
In the final competition of the eighth edition of the international beauty pageant Miss Earth, Elizalde was announced as one of sixteen semi-finalists who would move forward to compete for the title. She achieved one of the eight highest scores in the swimsuit competition for her stage chops, which advanced her as one of the top eight finalists to participate in the evening gown competition. She then pulled away for the lead as she articulated in her video interview about environmental concerns as a key issue in her country, in which she advanced to the top four.
In the last round, the court of four were asked one question, What would you tell US president-elect Barack Obama about the state of the global environment if ever you were to meet him? She placed the third highest score in the interview round and at the conclusion of the competition, she was crowned Miss Earth Water. She finished as second runner-up or Miss Water 2008 to the eventual winner, Miss Philippines, Karla Henry. Elizalde was the first Mexican beauty queen to place in Miss Earth. The Miss Earth pageant was held on November 9, 2008 at the Clark Expo Amphitheater in Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines. Eighty-five delegates arrived from October 19, 2008 in the Philippines. The pageant was broadcast live via ABS-CBN in the Philippines and to many countries worldwide via Star World, The Filipino Channel and other partner networks.