NationalityTurkish OccupationPolitician Alma materIstanbul University
NameCelal Adan Political partyDemocratic Party RoleTurkish Politician
ConstituencyIstanbul (II) (2011, June 2015) BornSeptember 10, 1951 (age 64)
Agri, Turkey (1951-09-10) Similar PeopleKemal Turkler, Murat Basesgioglu, Unal Osman Agaoglu, Atila Kaya, Oktay Ozturk
ConstituencyIstanbul (II) (1999)
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Celal Adan (born 10 September 1951 in Ağrı) is a Turkish politician. He was elected in 2011 to the 24th Grand National Assembly of Turkey for the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). Adan had previously represented the True Path Party (DYP) in the 21st Assembly (1999 - 2002), and later been the party's deputy chairman (renamed Democratic Party in 2007).
In the 1980s and 1990s Adan had a close relationship with Mehmet Ağar; in the early 1980s he was tried and acquitted of being involved in the 1980 murder of trade unionist Kemal Türkler.