Turkish executive structure

With the Constitutional amendment made in 2018, the “Executive Office” of Turkey became the Presidency.

Following this, the new structure was created with Presidential Decree No. 1 published in the Official Gazette No. 30474 dated 10/7/2018. https://www.mevzuat.gov.tr/MevzuatMetin/19.5.1.pdf

The presidential structure is as follows.
1-Presidential Office- https://www.tccb.gov.tr/en/

  • President, 
  • Special Secretary of the President, 
  • President’s Advisors, 
  • President’s Special Representative, 
  • Presidency High Advisory Board

2- Presidency Directorate of Administrative Affairs (General Directorate of Law and Legislation, General Directorate of Personnel and Principles, General Directorate of Security Affairs, etc)

3- Vice Presidents

4-Presidential Policy Boards

(a) Science, Technology and Innovation Policies Board.

b) Education and Training Policies Board.

c) Economic Policies Board.

ç) Security and Foreign Policy Board.

d) Legal Policies Board.

e) Culture and Art Policies Board.

f) Health and Food Policies Board.

g) Social Policies Board.

ğ) Local Government Policies Board.

5- Institutions and Organizations Affiliated to the Presidency

a) Directorate of State Archives

b) State Supervisory Board

c) Directorate of Religious Affairs

d) Directorate of Communications

e) General Secretariat of the National Security Council

f) Directorate of National Intelligence Organization

g) Directorate of National Palaces Administration

ğ) Defense Industry Presidency

h) Strategy and Budget Directorate- https://www.sbb.gov.tr/

i) Turkey Wealth  Fund 

6- Ministries-https://www.tccb.gov.tr/en/cabinet/

7-Presidential Offices

a) Digital Transformation Office, https://cbddo.gov.tr/

b) Finance Office,

c) Human Resources Office, https://www.cbiko.gov.tr/

d) Investment Office- https://www.invest.gov.tr/tr/sayfalar/default.aspx

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