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Ali Suat Hayri Ürgüplü (13 August 1903, Damascus, Ottoman Empire – 26 December 1981, Istanbul, Turkey) was a Turkish politician. He served a brief term as Prime Minister of Turkey
Prime Minister of Turkey
in 1965. He was also the last Prime Minister to be born outside the territory of present-day Turkey, being born in Damascus, which was then part of the Ottoman Empire. Early life[edit] Ürgüplü graduated from Galatasaray High School. He was the descendant of a distinguished line of Ottoman religious scholars and administrators. His father was the celebrated Sheikh ul-Islam Ürgüplü Hayri Efendi, minister of religious affairs under the Committee of Union and Progress
Committee of Union and Progress
(or Young Turk) regime of 1913-1918. Career[edit] After a brief career as a judge, Ürgüplü entered the Parliament in 1939 and served as Minister of Customs and Public Monopolies in the Şükrü Saracoğlu
Şükrü Saracoğlu
cabinet in 1947-1948. He returned to the senate of Parliament in 1961 and was its chairman November 27, 1963–November 6, 1963. Ürgüplü was asked to form a non-partisan caretaker cabinet after the collapse of Premier İsmet İnönü's coalition government in 1965. The cabinet was formed on 5 February, and served until the parliamentary elections of 10 October, although it never received a vote of confidence in Parliament. Ürgüplü continued to serve in the senate until 1972. He died on 27 December 1981 in Istanbul[2] and was interred at the Edirnekapı Martyr's Cemetery. References[edit]

Who is who database - Suat Hayri Ürgüplü (1903 - 1981) Biyografi.net - Biography of Suat Hayri Ürgüplü

^ İrfan, Neziroğlu; Yılmaz, Tuncer (2014), Başbakanlarımız ve Genel Kurul Konuşmaları: Cilt 5, Türkiye Büyük Millet Meclisi, p. 34, Suat Hayri Ürgüplü. 13 Ağustos 1903 tarihinde Şam’da doğdu.  ^ "Suat Urguplu, 78, Dies; Ex-Premier of Turkey". The New York Times. 1981-12-27. Retrieved 2008-11-09. 

Political offices

Preceded by İsmet İnönü Prime Minister of Turkey 20 Feb 1965–27 Oct 1965 Succeeded by Süleyman Demirel

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Ambassadors of Turkey
Turkey
to Germany
Germany

Berlin

Kemalettin Sami Gökçen
Kemalettin Sami Gökçen
(1929–1934) Hamdi Arpağ (1934–1939) Hüsrev Gerede (1939–1942) Mustafa Saffet Arıkan (1942–1944)

Bonn

Nizamettin Ayaşlı (1950–1952) Suat Hayri Ürgüplü (1952–1955) Seyfullah Esin (1955–1957) Settar İksel (1957–1961) Mehmet Baydur (1961–1964) Ziya Müezzinoğlu (1964–1966) Oğuz Gökmen (1966–1972) Vahit Melih Halefoğlu (1972–1982) Oktay İşcen (1982–1988) Reşat Arım (1988–1990) Onur Öymen (1990–1995) Volkan Vural (1995–1998)

Bonn/Berlin

Tugay Uluçevik (1998–2000)

Berlin

Osman Taney Korutürk (2000–2003) Mehmet Ali İrtemçelik
Mehmet Ali İrtemçelik
(2003–2008) Ali Ahmet Acet (2008–2011) Hüseyin Avni Karslıoğlu (2012–2016) Ali Kemal Aydın (2016– )

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Ambassadors of Turkey
Turkey
to the United Kingdom
United Kingdom

Yusuf Kemal Tengirşenk (1924) Zekai Apaydın (1924–1925) Ahmet Ferit Tek
Ahmet Ferit Tek
(1925–1932) Münir Ertegün (1932–1934) Fethi Okyar
Fethi Okyar
(1934–1939) Tevfik Rüştü Aras
Tevfik Rüştü Aras
(1939–1942) Rauf Orbay
Rauf Orbay
(1942–1944) Ruşen Eşref Ünaydın (1944–1945) Cevat Açıkalın (1945–1952) Hüseyin Ragıp Baydur (1952–1955) Suat Hayri Ürgüplü (1955–1957) Muharrem Nuri Birgi (1957–1960) Feridun Cemal Erkin
Feridun Cemal Erkin
(1960–1962) Kemal Kavur (1962–1963) Zeki Kuneralp (1964–1966) Ümit Haluk Bayülken
Ümit Haluk Bayülken
(1966–1969) Zeki Kuneralp (1969–1972) Rıfat Turgut Menemencioğlu (1972–1978) Vahap Aşiroğlu (1978–1981) Rahmi Gümrükçüoğlu (1981–1988) Nurver Nureş (1989–1991) Candemir Önhon (1991–1995) Özdem Sanberk (1995–2000) Korkmaz Haktanır (2000–2002) Akın Alptuna (2003–2007) Mehmet Yiğit Alpogan (2007–2010) Ahmet Ünal Çeviköz (2010–2014) Abdurrahman Bilgiç (2014– )

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Ambassadors of Turkey
Turkey
to Spain
Spain

Yahya Kemal Bayatlı (1929–1934) Tevfik Kamil Koperler (1934–1939) Hulisi Fuat Tugay (1939–1944) Faik Zihni Akdur (1951–1952) Kemal Köprülü (1952–1955) Ferudun Cemal Erkin (1955–1957) Haydar Görk (1957–1960) Suat Hayri Ürgüplü (1960) Kardi Rızan (1960–1963) Nureddin Vergin (1963–1965) Seyfullah Esin (1965–1967) Adnan Kural (1967–1969) Sadi Eklem (1969–1972) Zeki Kuneralp (1972–1979) Mehmet Baydur (1979–1983) Semih Akbil (1984–1986) Cenap Keskin (1986–1988) Nazmi Akıman (1989–1990) Nabi Şensoy
Nabi Şensoy
(1990–1994) Aydın Yeğen (1994–1996) Gün Gür (1990–1996-1999) Uğurtan Akıncı (1999–2002) Volkan Vural (2003–2007) Ender Arat (2007–2011) Ayşe Sinirlioğlu (2011–2014) Ömer Önhon (2014– )

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Prime Minister of Turkey

Government of the Grand National Assembly (1920–1923)

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Fevzi Çakmak Rauf Orbay Fethi Okyar

Republic of Turkey (since 1923)

İsmet İnönü Fethi Okyar İsmet İnönü Celâl Bayar Refik Saydam Ahmet Fikri Tüzer Şükrü Saracoğlu Recep Peker Hasan Saka Şemsettin Günaltay Adnan Menderes Cemal Gürsel Fahri Özdilek İsmet İnönü Suat Hayri Ürgüplü Süleyman Demirel Nihat Erim Ferit Melen Naim Talu Bülent Ecevit Sadi Irmak Süleyman Demirel Bülent Ecevit Süleyman Demirel Bülent Ecevit Süleyman Demirel Bülent Ulusu Turgut Özal Ali Bozer Yıldırım Akbulut Mesut Yılmaz Süleyman Demirel Erdal İnönü Tansu Çiller Mesut Yılmaz Necmettin Erbakan Mesut Yılmaz Bülent Ecevit Abdullah Gül Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Ahmet Davutoğlu Binali Yıldırım

Italics denote acting prime ministers.

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Speakers of the Turkish Senate

Turkish senate (1961–1980)

Suat Hayri Ürgüplü Enver Aka Şevki Atasagun Tekin Arıburun Sırrı Atalay İhsan Sabri Çağlayangil

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 4146635493841980675 GND: 1103531700

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