In addition to being a member of parliament for three terms in the AK Party, between 2011 and 2013, Youth and Sport Suat Kılıç, who is the minister, announced that he resigned from his party. Kılıç decided to join the Welfare Party again.
THE MESSAGE WAS GIVEN “CONTINUE POLITICS”
Suat Kılıç, who stated in his resignation statement that he will “continue to contribute to domestic and national politics after an 8-year hiatus”, joined the Welfare Party again at the provincial chairpersons meeting held in Ankara this morning.
ERBAKAN WAS WRITTEN ON THE BADGE
YRP Chairman Fatih Erbakan gave Kılıç his badge. Suat Kılıç is known as the son-in-law of Ali Yüksel, who was elected as Konya deputy from the YRP lists in the 28th General Election of May 2023. It was learned that Kılıç’s father-in-law also participated in the election process during the election process.
Kılıç’s resignation post on social media is as follows;
“My dear friends;
On 3 June 2023, I ended my membership in the AK PARTY, where I assumed important duties and responsibilities from November 3, 2002 to June 7, 2015.
After an 8-year hiatus, I will continue to contribute to local and national politics, to work for my country and nation, on a ground that is compatible with my principles and direction, I hope to continue.
First of all, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to our esteemed people for their unwavering support from the political movement I am in, during these years when I have had the great honor of being at the disposal and service of my nation.
I sincerely thank our President (Prime Minister) Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has laid the groundwork for us to serve the nation through politics, and who, with his confidence, paved the way for us to become the youngest deputy, the youngest deputy chairman of the group and the youngest minister.
During the 22nd, 23rd and 24th terms, in the Parliament, the Party, the Ministry and the State, especially my young brothers and sisters, whom I know closely, work with, and love very much, from all corners of Turkey, especially my hometown Samsun, God willing. bless you all.
The fountain of abundance of all successes, unsung heroes… God bless you too.
Endless thanks to Allah, who brought you together at the AK PARTY in 2002 and at the GSB in 2011, creating opportunities to serve the public with its endless blessings, enabling us to overcome every responsibility we undertake, crossing our paths with young people who believed in love of the nation and country at a young age, who loved and made people end up in love. thank you.
Glad we built this history together.
It’s good that…
Unless the intention is broken, the direction is not broken. Now, we are not at the crossroads, but we desire to re-fortify the direction for the welfare of our nation.
May Allah not deprive us of loyalty to the Turkish nation and service to the Republic of Türkiye.
I look forward to your ideas, contributions and prayers that will open our horizons and illuminate our path, as it has been up to now.
Love and respect.”