List of Deputy Prime Ministers of Turkey

This is a chronological list of deputy prime ministers of governments of the Republic of Turkey. Not all cabinets had the post of deputy prime minister. The political party of the deputy prime minister is affixed to his name when it differed from the prime minister's party as it was the case in coalition governments.

Key: CHP DP AP ANAP DYP RP DSP AK Party Other
Cabinet No. Deputy Prime Minister Cabinet of Took Office Left Office
15 Mümtaz Ökmen Mehmet Recep Peker 7 August 1946 10 September 1947
16 Faik Ahmet Barutçu Hasan Saka 10 September 1947 10 June 1948
17 Faik Ahmet Barutçu Hasan Saka 10 June 1948 16 January 1949
18 Nihat Erim Şemsettin Günaltay 16 January 1949 22 May 1950
19 Samet Ağaoğlu Adnan Menderes 22 May 1950 9 March 1951
20 Fethi Çelikbaş,
Samet Ağaoğlu
Adnan Menderes 9 March 1951 17 May 1954
21 Fatin Rüştü Zorlu,
Fuat Köprülü
Adnan Menderes 17 May 1954 9 December 1955
23 Medeni Berk,
Ahmet Tevfik İleri
Adnan Menderes 25 November 1957 27 May 1960
24 Emin Özdilek Cemal Gürsel 30 May 1960 5 January 1961
25 Muharrem İhsan Kızıloğlu Emin Özdilek 5 January 1961 20 November 1961
26 Ali Akif Eyidoğan İsmet İnönü 20 November 1961 25 June 1962
27 Hasan Dinçer,
Ekrem Alican,
Turhan Feyzioğlu
İsmet İnönü 25 June 1962 25 December 1963
28 Kemal Satır İsmet İnönü 25 December 1963 20 February 1965
29 leyman Demirel Suat Hayri Ürgüplü 20 February 1965 27 October 1965
33 Sadi Koçaş,
Atilla Karaosmanoğlu
Nihat Erim 26 March 1971 11 December 1971
36 Kemal Satır,
Nizamettin Erkmen
Naim Talu 15 April 1973 26 January 1974
37 Necmettin Erbakan (MSP) Bülent Ecevit 26 January 1974 17 November 1974
38 Zeyyat Baykara Sadi Irmak 17 November 1974 31 March 1975
39 Alparslan Türkeş (MHP),
Turhan Feyzioğlu (CGP),
Necmettin Erbakan (MSP)
Süleyman Demirel 31 March 1975 21 June 1977
40 Turan Güneş,
Orhan Eyüpoğlu
Bülent Ecevit 21 June 1977 21 July 1977
41 Necmettin Erbakan (MSP),
Alparslan Türkeş (MHP)
Süleyman Demirel 21 July 1977 5 January 1978
42 Orhan Eyüpoğlu,
Hikmet Çetin,
Turhan Feyzioğlu,
Faruk Sükan
Bülent Ecevit 5 January 1978 12 November 1979
44 Turgut Özal,
Zeyyat Baykara
Bülent Ulusu 21 September 1980 13 December 1983
45 Kaya Erdem Turgut Özal 13 December 1983 21 December 1987
46 Kaya Erdem,
Ali Bozer
Turgut Özal 21 December 1987 9 November 1989
47 Ali Bozer Yıldırım Akbulut 9 November 1989 23 June 1991
48 Ekrem Pakdemirli Mesut Yılmaz 23 June 1991 20 November 1991
49 Erdal İnönü (SHP) Süleyman Demirel 20 November 1991 25 June 1993
50 Erdal İnönü (SHP),
Murat Karayalçın (SHP),
Hikmet Çetin (SHP)
Tansu Çiller 25 June 1993 5 October 1995
52 Deniz Baykal (CHP) Tansu Çiller 30 October 1995 6 March 1996
53 Nahit Menteşe (DYP) Mesut Yılmaz 6 March 1996 28 June 1996
54 Tansu Çiller (DYP) Necmettin Erbakan 28 June 1996 30 June 1997
55 İsmet Sezgin (DTP) Mesut Yılmaz 30 June 1997 11 January 1999
56 Hüsamettin Özkan,
Hikmet Uluğbay
Bülent Ecevit 11 January 1999 28 May 1999
57 Mustafa Cumhur Ersümer,
Hüsamettin Özkan (DSP),
Devlet Bahçeli (MHP),
Mesut Yılmaz (ANAP)
Bülent Ecevit 28 May 1999 18 November 2002
58 Mehmet Ali Şahin,
Ertuğrul Yalçınbayır,
Abdüllatif Şener
Abdullah Gül 18 November 2002 14 March 2003
59 Abdullah Gül Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 14 March 2003 29 August 2007
60 Cemil Çiçek,
Hayati Yazıcı,
Nazım Ekren
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 29 August 2007 1 May 2009
61 Cemil Çiçek,
Ali Babacan,
Bülent Arınç
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 1 May 2009 14 July 2011
62 Beşir Atalay,
Ali Babacan,
Bülent Arınç,
Bekir Bozdağ
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 14 July 2011 Incumbent
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