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Prime Minister  Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Succeeded by  Mevlut Cavusoglu
Preceded by  Ali Babacan
Name  Egemen Bagis
Nationality  Turkish
Education  Baruch College
Preceded by  Position established
Prime Minister  Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Succeeded by  Mevlut Cavusoglu
Role  Turkish Politician
Spouse  Beyhan N. Bagis
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Party  Justice and Development Party
Parents  Guler Bagis, Abdullah Bagis
Similar People  Zafer Caglayan, Muammer Guler, Erdogan Bayraktar, Abdullah Gul, Egemen Korkmaz

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Egemen Bağış (born 23 April 1970) is a Turkish politician, member of the Turkish parliament since November 2002, and the former minister for EU Affairs and chief negotiator of Turkey in accession talks with the European Union.

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Early life

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Bağış was born in Bingöl, Turkey, in 1970. His family originates from the neighbouring province of Siirt, where his father once served as mayor. His father Abdullah Bağış died during his tenure in New York as the Educational Attache of Turkey.

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He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Resources Management as well as a Master of Public Administration, both from the Baruch College of City University of New York.

Official responsibilities

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  • Member of the Turkish Parliament, representing Istanbul
  • Chairman, Turkey-USA Inter Parliamentary Friendship Caucus of the Turkish Parliament
  • Advisory Board Chairman, Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Initiative.
  • Honorary board member of the Siirt Solidarity Foundation.

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    As a top adviser to the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Bağış played a key role in the Justice and Development Party's (AKP) policies.

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    Bağış formerly served as the president of the Federation of Turkish American Associations, the New York-based umbrella organization of Turkish-Americans that sponsored his green card petition in the United States. He has also served as a member of the Advisory Board on Turkish Citizens Abroad, a government body. He was the manager of the Antik Bar at the Jolly Madison Hotel serving the Turkish American community. He also founded the Turkish Link, a New York-based translation agency specialized in the Turkish and English languages.

    Protests of 2013

    During the 2013 protests in Turkey, Bağış attracted criticism for his comments that "Everyone who enters Taksim Square will be treated like a terrorist." In an officially published statement, and despite claims and evidence presented by organizations such as Amnesty International, Bağış claimed that "There is no state violence in Turkey". In the same statement, he claimed that "Turkey has the most reformist and strongest government in Europe and the most charismatic and strongest leader in the world. Should anyone have a problem with this, then I am truly sorry. Only for those who feel overwhelmed is the leadership of Prime Minister Erdoğan a problem."

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    Germany's Foreign Ministry summoned the Turkish ambassador to protest after Bağış accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of "picking on" Turkey for domestic political gain before German elections, after Merkel criticized the crackdown as "much too strong". The accusation came after Germany blocked a decision to move forward the membership negotiations after the crackdown. Bağış said that if Merkel is looking for "internal political material" ahead of Germany’s September elections, "this should not be Turkey". He also pointed to the election defeat last year of then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy, a fellow opponent of Turkish EU membership.

    "Masturbation" remark

    In January 2013 Bağış compared the campaign to recognise the Assyrian genocide and Armenian Genocide in Sweden to "masturbation". He later apologised for his remark.

    Corruption scandal

    As part of claims that Bağış, along with 3 other ministers, engaged in severely corrupt conduct, Bağış was the only one out of the four charged ministers who had not resigned on 25 December 2013. Despite Bağış claiming innocence, that evening, Prime Minister Erdoğan announced a major cabinet reshuffle, removing Bağış from his post as the Minister for European Union through his publicly unannounced official resignation.

    References

    Egemen Bağış Wikipedia


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