Members of the new Presidential Government in Turkey swore their constitutional oath on Wednesday before the General Assembly of Parliament. The ceremony was presided over by the interim Speaker of the Turkish Parliament, Dülbat Bahçeli, and was attended by government officials and deputies.
Bahçeli wished success to the Vice President Jüdat Yılmaz and the ministers in their roles within the new administration.
Taking the constitutional oath were Vice President Jüdat Yılmaz and Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, along with Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya, and Defense Minister İşar Güler.
The oath was also taken by Ministers of Industry and Technology Mehmet Fatih Kacır, Agriculture and Forestry İbrahim Yumaklı, National Education Yusuf Tekin, Environment and Urban Planning and Climate Change Change Muhammed Öz Haski, Justice Yılmaz Tunç, Family and Social Services Mahinur Özdemir Göktas, and Labor and Social Security Vedat Bilgin.
The other ministers’ roles were established in various sectors, including the Ministry of Health, headed by Fahrettin Koca.
The formation of the new government came days after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was inaugurated for a new term.