Hayati Yazıcı

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Hayati Yazıcı (b. May 23, 1952 in Çayeli, Rize Province) is a Turkish lawyer and politician. He is currently Turkey's Minister of Customs and Trade.

Biography[edit]

Hayati Yazıcı graduated 1975 from the School of Law at Istanbul University and served as judge in several towns. In 1984, he quit his post to begin a career as freelance lawyer.

A co-founder of the Justice and Development Party, he is Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's lawyer and vice-chairman of the Justice and Development Party. Hayati Yazıcı entered the parliament in 2002 as deputy of Istanbul Province, and was appointed List of Deputy Prime Minister, responsible for the coordination between the government and the parliament.

Hayati Yazıcı is married and father of two children.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Abdullah Gül
Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey
with Cemil Çiçek and Nazım Ekren

Agu 28, 2007–May 1, 2009
Succeeded by
Cemil Çiçek, Ali Babacan, Bülent Arınç