Ministry of Youth and Sports (Turkey)
|Gençlk ve Spor Bakanlığı|
|Formed||June 29, 2011|
|Headquarters||Örnek Mah. Oruç Reis Cad. 13
|Agency executives||Akif Çağatay Kılıç, Minister
Dr. Yusuf Tekin, Deputy minister
Dr. Basri Hakan Hakyemez, Undersecretary
The Ministry of Youth and Sports of Turkish Republic (Turkish: Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Gençlik ve Spor Bakanloğı) is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Turkey in charge of regulating activities related to sports and youth development in Turkish Republic. The ministry is headed by Akif Çağatay Kılıç. Deputy minister is Ass. Prof. Dr. Yusuf Tekin, and undersecretary is Ass. Prof. Dr. Hakan Hakyemez.
On June 29, 1938, the Directoriate of Physical Education was established. Following the 1969 general election, in the Cabinet Süleyman Demirel II, the Ministry of Youth and Sports was formed on November 3 for the first time, and İsmet Sezgin was appointed as its first minister. After the 1983 general election, the ministry was renamed National Education, Youth and Sports on December 14.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports was re-established as an independent ministry on June 29, 2011 after the forming of Cabinet Erdoğan III. In the past, the governmental activities on youth and sports affairs were carried out by different governmental agencies subordinated to a state minister, who had also other responsibilities. Those organizations were brought together under the umbrella of the newly established ministry while the status of the provincial organizations were redifened in accordance with the alignment of the acquis for Accession of Turkey to the European Union.
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