Ali Bozer

Turkish politician (1925–2020)

Ali Bozer
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Member of the Grand National Assembly
In office
6 November 1983 – 20 October 1991
ConstituencyAnkara (1983)
Mersin (1987)
Acting Prime Minister of Turkey[1]
In office
31 October 1989 – 9 November 1989
PresidentKenan Evren
Preceded byTurgut Özal
Succeeded byYıldırım Akbulut
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
22 February 1990 – 12 October 1990
Preceded byMesut Yılmaz
Succeeded byAhmet Kurtcebe Alptemoçin
Personal details
Born(1925-07-28)28 July 1925
Ankara, Turkey
Died30 September 2020(2020-09-30) (aged 95)
Ankara, Turkey
Resting placeKarşıyaka Cemetery
Political partyNationalist Democracy Party (1983-1986)
ANAP (1986-1991)
ChildrenAhmet Bozer
EducationLaw
Alma materAnkara University
ProfessionPolitician

Ali Hüsrev Bozer (28 July 1925 – 30 September 2020)[2] was a Turkish politician and academic of commercial law.

Biography

Bozer was born in Ankara, Turkey. At first a member of the Nationalist Democracy Party (MDP), then of the Motherland Party (ANAP), he served as Deputy Prime Minister in the Turgut Özal's and Yıldırım Akbulut's cabinets and was Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was one of the founders of Oyak-Renault, automotive company in Turkey (1969) and was chairman of the board of Oyak-Renault from 1991 to 1995. Additionally, he was the father of Coca-Cola Eurasia Group President Ahmet Bozer.[3]

He died on 30 September 2020, after contracting COVID-19 during the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey.[4][5] He was laid to rest two days later, at Karşıyaka Cemetery in Ankara.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Turk Premier Voted President". The New York Times. 1 November 1989. Retrieved 1 October 2020.
  2. ^ Yearbook of the European Convention on Human Rights / Annuaire de la Convention Europeenne des Droits de L'Homme: The European Commission and European Court of Human Rights / Commission et Cour Europeennes des Droits de L'Homme. Springer. 1 December 2013. ISBN 9789401512060.
  3. ^ "Coca-Cola'da en büyük 'bölge' Ahmet Bozer'in / Ekonomi / Milliyet Gazete". Milliyet.com.tr. Retrieved 20 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Eski Bakan Ali Bozer koronadan öldü". Sabah (in Turkish). Retrieved 1 October 2020.
  5. ^ "Eski Dışişleri Bakanı Bozer, koronavirüsten hayatını kaybetti".
  6. ^ "Eski Dışişleri Bakanı Ali Bozer, Koronavirüsten Hayatını Kaybetti". kanalb.com.tr (in Turkish). 2 October 2020. Retrieved 3 October 2020.

External links

  • Prime Ministry website (in Turkish)
Political offices
Preceded by Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey
30 March 1989 – 21 February 1990
Succeeded by
Ekrem Pakdemirli
Preceded by Minister of Foreign Affairs
21 February 1990 – 12 October 1990
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prime Minister of Turkey
31 October 1989 – 9 November 1989
Succeeded by
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