Cabinet Erdoğan IV

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Fourth Erdoğan Cabinet
Dördüncü Erdoğan Hükümeti
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66th cabinet of Turkey
9 July 2018
Recep Tayyip Erdogan 2017.jpg
Date formed10 July 2018
People and organisations
Head of stateRecep Tayyip Erdoğan
Head of governmentRecep Tayyip Erdoğan
Member partyJustice and Development Party
Independent(s)
Status in legislature
Opposition partyRepublican People's Party
Opposition leaderKemal Kılıçdaroğlu
History
PredecessorYıldırım Cabinet

The Fourth Erdoğan Cabinet is the 66th government of the Republic of Turkey, which was declared on 9 July 2018.[1] It is the first cabinet after Turkey's transition into presidential republic.[2] Also, the first cabinet that doesn't need parliamentary approval.[3]

Changes[edit]

In this new system, the number of ministries were reduced to 16 from 26. A statutory decree was issued to merge several ministries, and also to abolish certain organizational and functional laws of some ministries and institutions.[4]

Previous name Current name
Ministry of Labour and Social Security Ministry of Labour, Social Services and Family
Ministry of Family and Social Policy
Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Ministry of Industry and Technology
Ministry of Development
Ministry of Customs and Trade Ministry of Trade
Ministry of Economic Affairs
Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock Ministry of Agriculture and Forest
Ministry of Forest and Water Management
Ministry of Finance Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communication Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure
Ministry of European Union Affairs Merged into the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Composition[edit]

Function Portrait Incumbent Party In office
President
Cumhurbaşkanı
Recep Tayyip Erdogan 2017.jpg Recep Tayyip Erdoğan AKP 9 July 2018 – present
Vice President
Cumhurbaşkanı Yardımcısı
Fuat Oktay Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Dışişleri Bakanı
Çavuşoğlu.jpg Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu AKP 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of the Interior
İçişleri Bakanı
Süleyman Soylu in Tehran 01.jpg Süleyman Soylu AKP 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Maliye ve Hazine Bakanı
Berat Albayrak (cropped).jpg Berat Albayrak AKP 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Justice
Adalet Bakanı
AnayasaKomisyonu.jpg
Abdulhamit Gül AKP 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
Enerji ve Tabii Kaynaklar Bakanı
Fatih Dönmez Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Agriculture and Forest
Tarım ve Orman Bakanı
Bekir Pakdemirli AKP 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Kültür ve Turizm Bakanı
Mehmet Ersoy Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Health
Sağlık Bakanı
Fahrettin Koca Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of National Education
Millî Eğitim Bakanı
Ziya Selçuk Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of National Defence
Millî Savunma Bakanı
Hulusi Akar (cropped).jpg Hulusi Akar Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Industry and Technology
Sanayi ve Teknoloji Bakanı
Mustafa Varank Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Labour, Social Services and Family
Çalışma, Sosyal Hizmetler ve Aile Bakanı
Zehra Zümrüt Selçuk Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure
Ulaştırma ve Altyapı Bakanı
Cahit Turan Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Youth and Sports
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanı
Mehmet Kasapoğlu Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Trade
Ticaret Bakanı
Ruhsar Pekcan Independent 10 July 2018 – present
Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning
Çevre ve Şehircilik Bakanı
Murat Kurum Independent 10 July 2018 – present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "President Erdoğan announces ministers of Turkey's new cabinet". Hürriyet Daily News. Retrieved 10 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Erdogan announces first cabinet under new presidential system". TRT World (in Turkish). Retrieved 10 July 2018.
  3. ^ Editorial, Reuters. "Turkey's Erdogan to name cabinet as signals action on economy". U.S. Retrieved 10 July 2018. ...Erdogan will select his own cabinet and regulate ministries and remove civil servants, all without parliamentary approval. ...
  4. ^ "Turkey: Decree out making first changes in new system". Anadolu Agency. Retrieved 15 July 2018.