Adem Kubilay Somyurek is an Australian politician know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate ( Age)||25 September 1967|
|Place of Birth||İzmir, Turkey|
|Spouse/Partner||Name not Known|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||Deakin University, Monash University Clayton Campus, Chisholm Institute|
|Profession||Member of the Victorian Legislative Council|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2022|
Adem Kubilay Somyurek is an Australian politician. He has served as a member of the Victorian Legislative Council representing South Eastern Metropolitan Region since 2002.In June 2020, Somyurek became the subject of major corruption allegations including branch stacking during the 48th Victorian Parliament.
Adem Somyurek Family and Parents
Somyurek was born in the Turkish city of Izmir in 1967 and migrated to Australia with his parents when he was 18 months old. Somyurek worked as a taxi driver, a staffer for Labor Senator Jacinta Collins in 1996, and later in the office of federal MP Anthony Byrne before entering the Victorian Parliament. Somyurek has a master’s degree in policy and politics, a bachelor’s degree in politics and sociology, and an associate’s degree in business studies (Accounting).
Adem Somyurek Wife
Adem Somyurek is Married man and he has two Children also but he has not share any details about his personal life on social media.He keeps his family life private.
Adem Somyurek Net Worth
Adem Kubilay Somyurek is an Australian politicianserved as a member of the Victorian Legislative Council has an estimated Net Worth arond $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.
After winning the Legislative Council province of Eumemmerring in the 2002 election, Somyurek was elected to parliament for the first time. On February 27, 2003, Somyürek gave his inaugural speech to the Victorian Legislative Council as the new member for Eumemmerring.Somyurek gained a safe seat on the Labor ticket for the South Eastern Metropolitan Region after the reforms that introduced proportional representation into the Legislative Council, and was easily re-elected in 2006. Somyurek was elected in the state elections of 2010 and 2014.
Somyurek stood down from his ministerial role in May 2015 following allegations of inappropriate behaviour, and later resigned on 28 July 2015 after an investigation by the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet found he had bullied his chief of staff, Dimity Paul.He was succeeded by Philip Dalidakis in the Andrews Ministry.
At the 2018 Victorian election Somyurek was returned to his seat in the Upper House.On 27 November 2018 Premier Daniel Andrews announced that Somyurek would be rejoining the Cabinet in the new Andrews Ministry.On 29 November 2018 it was revealed that Somyurek was to handle the portfolios of Local Government and Small Business within the re-elected Andrews Government.
Somyurek has been a target of investigations by Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission known as IBAC. He has been a person of interest into matters around allegations of branch stacking in Victoria.
IBAC is holding public hearings during October 2021 into allegations of serious corrupt conduct involving Victorian public officers, including Members of Parliament. The hearings are part of Operation Watts, a coordinated investigation between IBAC and the Victorian Ombudsman, which is looking into a range of matters including allegations of ‘branch stacking’ aired in media reports in 2020
On the first day of hearing on 11 October 2021, federal Labor MP and former ally of Somyurek Anthony Byrne claimed that Somyurek “had been coercing staff for at least two years and had threatened to “take people out” of pre-selections.