Writer (b. 20 November 1944, Gürpınar village / Of / Trabzon). He attended Mapsino (Gürpınar) Primary School, Of Elementary School, Trabzon Primary Teacher Training School for Men, Ankara Advanced Teacher Training School (1965) and graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics and Astronomy (1965) and from Ankara University, Faculty of Law (1971). He worked in Trabzon (1965-68), Sivas (1968-69) and Maden (1971) as a teacher of mathematics and astronomy. He also worked as a lawyer in Trabzon (1972) and as the Trabzon parliamentary deputy for the Republican People’s Party in the Turkish Grand National Assembly (1977-80). After 1997 he became the Chairman of United Nations Turkish Association. He is fluent in English.
His first article was published in the review Gençlik, the journal of Turkey National Youth Organization. His other articles appeared in the newspapers Ulus (1965-71), Demokrat İzmir (1969), Ege Ekspres (1969), Barış (1972), Yeni Ortam (1972-75), Akşam (1972), Vatan (1971-74), Milliyet (1977-78), Cumhuriyet (1975-) and in the reviews Toplum (1972), Bilim ve Sanat (1984), Trabzon Barosu and Balıkesir Barosu. He is a former member of the Teachers Union of Turkey, the All Teachers Unity and Solidarity Association and the Turkish Language Association and is still a member of the Anatolian Club, the Turkish Parliamentarians Union, the Language Society, the Turkish Authors Association, the Writers Syndicate of Turkey and the Kemalist Thought Association.
ESSAY: Yağmalar Ülkesi Türkiye (Turkey, the Land of Plundering, 1976), Ben Değişmedim (I Have not Changed, 1994), Tarih Mahkemesi (Court of History, 2005).
RESEARCH: İktidardan Yüce Divana (From Power to the Council of State, 1980), Parlamentonun Boyutları (Dimensions of Parliament, 1985), Onuncu Başbakan Hasan Saka (Hasan Saka, the Tenth Prime Minister of Turkey, 1998), CHP'nin Soyağacı (Family-tree of the Republican People’s Party, 1999).
GIFT BOOK: Hasan Saka'ya Armağan (A Present to Hasan Saka, 1998), İsmet İnönü'ye Armağan (A Present to İsmet İnönü, 1999).