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Prime Minister of Turkey

The Prime Minister|Turkish: Başbakan) is theOctober 29, 1950 |- || Recep Tayyip Erdoğan || (1954-02-26) February 26, 1954 |}

Longest track records

Name Number of days Remarks
İsmet İnönü +
12 years,  day +
3 years, 93 days = 16 years and 318 days
The first two periods were
in the single-party period;
formed 10 cabinets.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 11 years, 167 days Formed three cabinets.
Süleyman Demirel 5 years, 150 days +
2 years, 82 days +
168 days +
305 days +
1 year, 177 days = 10 years and 152 days
Formed seven cabinets.
Adnan Menderes 10 years, 5 days Formed five cabinets.
Turgut Özal 5 years, 322 days Formed two cabinets.
Bülent Ecevit 296 days +
20 days +
1 year, 311 days +
3 years, 311 days = 5 years and 208 days
Formed five cabinets.

Timeline

See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • The Prime Minister's Office
  • Official Turkish Constitution
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