Politician, deputy, minister (B. 1932, Sazak village, Eskisehir - D. May 27, 1980 Ankara.) He was the son of former Democrat Party deputy Emin Sazak, brother of former Fenerbahçe president Güven Sazak and former president of Athletics Federations Yılmaz Sazak.
After completing his primary and secondary education in Eskisehir; he graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Agriculture. He received agricultural education in USA. When he was working as a farmer and contractor, he joined the Nationalist Action Party. When he was the Vice President of NAP, he became the Minister of Customs and Monopoly in the Second Nationalist Front government on July 21, 1977, which was formed by Süleyman Demirel and with the participation of JP-NWP-NAP. His duty lasted for 5 an half months until the end of government.
While he returned from a visit with his wife, he was murdered by the militants of illegal Revolutionary Left in front of his car on May 27, 1980. Sazak was Vice president of NAP on the day he died, and he was buried in Sazak village of Eskisehir. His son Süleyman Servet Sazak was also elected as a deputy from NAP in 1999 and was in the parliament until 2002 elections.
REFERENCE: Milliyet Büyük Larousse Sözlük ve Ansiklopedisi (20. volume, 1986), İngiliz arşivinden çıkan şok MHP belgesi (gazetevatan.com, 24 December 2010), Yıldıray Oğur / Gün Sazak neden öldürüldü (taraf.com.tr, 28 December 2010), Gün Sazak kimdir? Neden öldürüldü? (haberdokuz.com, 27 May 2013).