Official Gazette of the Republic of Turkey

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Official Gazette of the Republic of Turkey
T.C. Resmî Gazete
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The front page of T.C. Resmî Gazete, dated 20 April 1946
TypeDaily official gazette (1925–2018)
Electronic official gazette (2018–present)
PublisherDirectorate of Presidential Administrative Affairs, General Directorate of Law and Legislation
Founded7 October 1920
OCLC number61670287

Official Gazette of the Republic of Turkey (Turkish: T.C. Resmî Gazete) is the national and only official journal of Turkey that publishes the new legislation and other official announcements. It is referred to as Resmî Gazete in short.

It has been published since 7 February 1921, approximately two years before the proclamation of the republic.[1] The first fifteen issues of the newspaper were published once a week, the next three issues once every two weeks, the next three issues once a week.[1] From 18 July 1921 to 10 September 1923, the newspaper was not published due to the Turkish War of Independence.[1] Since Issue No. 763, which was released on 17 December 1927, it has been officially published under the name Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Resmî Gazete.[2] As of 1 December 1928, it started to be printed with the new Turkish alphabet based on Latin letters.[1]

Its content include legislation (laws, decisions of the Council of Ministers, regulations, communiqués etc.), certain case-law and official notices, especially public administration appointments and tender notices.

Resmî Gazete is also available from the web. Issues back to 27 June 2000 were available online until 2011. Today all issues are available and new issues have been published only online since 2018.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Resmi Gazete artık sadece dijital yayımlanacak". Habertürk. 17 September 2018. Archived from the original on 13 January 2020. Retrieved 19 September 2018.
  2. ^ "Resmî Gazete Hakkında Bilgiler". Prime Ministry Printing House of the Republic of Turkey. Archived from the original on 26 December 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2016.
  3. ^ Toprak, Veli (17 September 2018). "98 yıllık Resmi Gazete kapandı". Sözcü. Retrieved 19 September 2018.

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