Ministry of Labour and Social Security (Turkey)

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Ministry of Labour and Social Security
Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı
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Headquarters of Ministry of Labour and Social Security
Agency overview
Formed June 22, 1945; 69 years ago (1945-06-22)
Headquarters Ankara, Turkey
39°54′54″N 32°49′13″E / 39.91500°N 32.82028°E / 39.91500; 32.82028Coordinates: 39°54′54″N 32°49′13″E / 39.91500°N 32.82028°E / 39.91500; 32.82028
Annual budget Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 32,113,411,650 (2013)
Agency executives Faruk Çelik, Minister
Halil Etyemez, Deputy minister
Fatih Acar, Undersecretary

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security (Turkish: Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı) is a government ministry office of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for labour and social security affairs in Turkey. The ministry is headed by Faruk Çelik.[1]

Initially, it was formed as the Office of Labour and Labourers within the Ministry of Economy upon Act of Parliament No. 2450, which came into force on May 27, 1934. As a governmental ministry, it was established on June 22, 1945 with the Act of Parliament No. 4763.

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