Former AK Party deputy Burhan Kuzu dies of Covid-19

Former AK Party deputy Burhan Kuzu dies of Covid-19
Date: 1.11.2020 13:00

Former Parliamentary Constitutional Committee Chairman and 22, 23 and 24 term AK Party Deputy Prof. Dr. Burhan Kuzu died at the age of 65 in the hospital where he was treated for Covid-19.

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In the statement made by the Chief Physician of Medipol Mega University Hospital, it was stated that Burhan Kuzu, who had been treated in the hospital’s intensive care for a while due to Covid-19, lost his life in the morning despite intense efforts.
Burhan Kuzu, who was born in Kayseri Develi in 1955, graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Law. Kuzu, who received the title of professor with the work he carried out in the academic field, worked as an intern district governor, served as a lecturer and head of the Constitutional Law Department of Istanbul University Faculty of Law.
One of the founding members of the AK Party
Kuzu, who is at the Faculty of Law of Paris Sorbonne University within the framework of his academic research, wrote many books and articles in the professional field. Burhan Kuzu, who was a member and director of various non-governmental organizations, started active politics in 2001 as a founding member of the Justice and Development Party. Kuzu, who was the first Chairman of the Democracy Arbitration Board of the party, was elected as an Istanbul Deputy for the 22nd, 23rd and 24th terms and served as the President of the Constitutional Committee during these periods.
Burhan Kuzu, who was also the Honorary Chief Advisor to the President, was a member of the AK Party MKYK.
Kuzu, who speaks French well, was married with two children.


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