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Cabinet Erdoğan III

This article is part of a series on
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Early life and career · Electoral history
First cabinet · Second cabinet · Third cabinet
Civil–military ties · Foreign policy · Foreign trips · 2023 vision · 2013 protests in Turkey · 2013 corruption scandal in Turkey

The third cabinet of Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the government of Turkey from 2011 to 2014, during the 24th parliamentary term of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. The cabinet succeeded the second Erdoğan cabinet following the 2011 Election.

New cabinet structure, 2011

On June 8, 2011, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that his ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government is set to overhaul the current Cabinet structure, introducing six new ministries while making changes to the others.

Erdoğan made the new plan public in a press conference he called at the AK Party's headquarters in Ankara. “We abolished eight state ministries, introduced six new ministries, merged two ministries and transformed two others,” Erdoğan said. The new ministries that have been introduced by Erdoğan are the Ministry of Family and Social Policy, the Ministry of European Union Affairs, the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ministry of Customs and Trade, and the Ministry of Development.

The Ministry of Public Works and Housing was renamed the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning.

The name and structure of the two ministries were changed. The Ministry of Industry and Trade was replaced by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs was replaced by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock.

Another novelty that has been introduced with regards to the structure of the ministries is a new post, that of deputy minister. Erdoğan said those serving as deputy ministers will serve as coordinators between the minister and his undersecretary. The prime minister said when the new Cabinet structure is adopted, 20 deputy ministers not from among serving deputies will be appointed to these posts.[1]

Cabinet reshuffle, 2013

On the evening of 25 December 2013, after the resignation of three ministers earlier in the day in wake of the recently-surfaced corruption investigation against the sons of all three of the resigning ministers as well as tens of other people close to the government,[2] Prime Minister Erdoğan announced the reshuffle and replacement of 10 ministers in his cabinet.[3] The changes were as follows:[4]

Composition

[5] [6] [7]

Functions Holder Start End
English title Turkish title
Prime Minister Başbakan Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 6 July 2011
Deputy Prime Minister
Responsible for Foundations and TRT
Başbakan Yardımcısı Bülent Arınç 6 July 2011
Deputy Prime Minister
Responsible for Religious Affairs and the Turkish World
Başbakan Yardımcısı Bekir Bozdağ 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Emrullah İşler 25 December 2013
Deputy Prime Minister
Responsible for the Economy, Banking and Treasury
Başbakan Yardımcısı Ali Babacan 6 July 2011
Deputy Prime Minister
Responsible for Counter-terrorism, Human Rights and Cyprus
Başbakan Yardımcısı Beşir Atalay 6 July 2011
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dışişleri Bakanı Ahmet Davutoğlu 6 July 2011
Ministry of the Interior İçişleri Bakanı İdris Naim Şahin 6 July 2011 24 January 2013
Muammer Güler 24 January 2013 25 December 2013
Efkan Ala 25 December 2013
Ministry of Finance Maliye Bakanı Mehmet Şimşek 6 July 2011
Ministry of Justice Adalet Bakanı Sadullah Ergin 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Bekir Bozdağ 25 December 2013
Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources Enerji ve Tabii Kaynaklar Bakanı Taner Yıldız 6 July 2011
Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock Gıda, Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanı Mehmet Mehdi Eker 6 July 2011
Ministry of Culture and Tourism Kültür ve Turizm Bakanı Ertuğrul Günay 6 July 2011 24 January 2013
Ömer Çelik 24 January 2013
Ministry of Health Sağlık Bakanı Recep Akdağ 6 July 2011 24 January 2013
Mehmet Müezzinoğlu 24 January 2013
Ministry of National Education Millî Eğitim Bakanı Ömer Dinçer 6 July 2011 24 January 2013
Nabi Avcı 24 January 2013
Ministry of National Defence Millî Savunma Bakanı İsmet Yılmaz 6 July 2011
Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Bilim, Sanayi ve Teknoloji Bakanı Nihat Ergün 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Fikri Işık 25 December 2013
Ministry of Labour and Social Security Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanı Faruk Çelik 6 July 2011
Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communication Ulaştırma, Denizcilik ve Haberleşme Bakanı Binali Yıldırım 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Lütfi Elvan 25 December 2013
Ministry of Family and Social Policy Aile ve Sosyal Politikalar Bakanı Fatma Şahin 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Ayşenur İslam 25 December 2013
Ministry of European Union Avrupa Birliği Bakanı Egemen Bağış 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu 25 December 2013
Ministry of Economy Ekonomi Bakanı Zafer Çağlayan 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Nihat Zeybekçi 25 December 2013
Ministry of Youth and Sports Gençlik ve Spor Bakanı Suat Kılıç 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
Akif Çağatay Kılıç 25 December 2013
Ministry of Development Kalkınma Bakanı Cevdet Yılmaz 6 July 2011
Ministry of Customs and Trade Gümrük ve Ticaret Bakanı Hayati Yazıcı 6 July 2011
Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning Çevre ve Şehircilik Bakanı Erdoğan Bayraktar 6 July 2011 25 December 2013
İdris Güllüce 25 December 2013
Ministry of Forest and Water Management Orman ve Su İşleri Bakanı Veysel Eroğlu 6 July 2011

See also

References

  1. ^ Kılıç, Ali Aslan (June 16, 2011). "Government set to overhaul Cabinet structure, introduce six new ministries".  
  2. ^ AP (26 December 2013). "Turkish PM Says He Is Target Of Graft Probe". Intimated. Retrieved 26 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Bakanların İstifası ve Atanmasına Dair İşlem". T.C. Resmi Gazete. 25 December 2013. Retrieved 26 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "Kabinedeki yeni bakanları tanıyalım". Haber7 (in Turkish). 25 December 2013. Retrieved 25 December 2013. 
  5. ^ "İşte Yeni Kabine Haberi ve Son Dakika Haberler Mynet". mynet.com (in Türkçe). 7 July 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "Turkish PM changes Cabinet amid peace process".  
  7. ^ "PM Erdoğan announces new Cabinet with 10 changes amid graft probe".  
Preceded by
60th government of Turkey
(Recep Tayyip Erdoğan)
61st government of Turkey
6 July 2011 – 28 August 2014
Succeeded by
62nd government of Turkey
(Ahmet Davutoğlu)
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