Ural Akbulut

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Ural Akbulut (born 1945) is a professor of chemistry at METU. He had been METU's president from 2002 to 2008. During his presidency, he was involved in a debate with Melih Gökçek regarding the water problem of Ankara.[1]

He coined the word e-memorandum to describe military statements published on the Turkish Armed Forces' website regarding the Turkish presidential election, 2007.[2] Presently, he is a columnist at Milliyet newspaper.

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