Hikmet Çetin

Turkish politician

Hikmet Çetin (born 1937) is a Turkish politician. He was the Speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly from 1997 to 1999.[1]

Hikmet Çetin
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NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan
In office
19 November 2003 – 24 August 2006
Succeeded byNetherlands Daan W. Everts
20th Speaker of the Grand National Assembly
In office
16 October 1997 – 18 April 1999
PresidentSüleyman Demirel
Preceded byMustafa Kalemli
Succeeded byYıldırım Akbulut
5th Leader of the Republican People's Party
In office
18 February 1995 – 9 September 1995
Preceded byDeniz Baykal
Succeeded byDeniz Baykal
Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey
In office
27 March 1995 – 5 October 1995
Prime MinisterTansu Çiller
Preceded byMurat Karayalçın
Succeeded byDeniz Baykal
In office
3 October 1978 – 12 November 1979
Prime MinisterBülent Ecevit
Served withOrhan Eyüboğlu
Faruk Sükan
Preceded byTurhan Feyzioğlu
Succeeded byTurgut Özal
29th Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
21 November 1991 – 27 July 1994
Prime MinisterSüleyman Demirel
Preceded bySafa Giray
Succeeded byMümtaz Soysal
Member of the Grand National Assembly
In office
29 November 1987 – 18 April 1999
ConstituencyGaziantep (1991, 1995)
Diyarbakır (1987)
In office
5 June 1977 – 12 September 1980
Constituencyİstanbul (1977)
Personal details
Born1937 (age 84–85)
Lice, Diyarbakır Province, Turkey
NationalityTurkish
Political partyRepublican People's Party (CHP)
Other political
affiliations
Social Democratic Populist Party (SHP)
Alma materAnkara University
ProfessionEconomist

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