Later on Monday, Erdogan, who secured another five-year term by winning 52.5 percent of the votes in the June 24 presidential election, will announce his new cabinet.
Berat Albayrak, the 40-year-old husband of the president's eldest daughter, has been energy minister since 2015 but his promotion has raised fears of nepotism at the top.
About it reports "Correspondent", referring to AFP.
Newly appointed Defense Minister of Turkey Hulusi Akar, unlike previous defense ministers, has no political career and is exclusively a serviceman.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will on Monday go down in history as the 27th and final holder of a post that has existed since Mustafa Kemal Ataturk founded modern Turkey, and whose origins date back to the Ottoman Empire.
Taking the prime minister's office in March 2003, Erdogan implemented a number of reforms of crucial importance, such as the removal of six zeros from Turkey's currency, restoring stature to the Turkish lira, and a considerable increase in the national income per capita.
Erdogan, who has transformed Turkey in 15 years of rule by allowing Islam a greater role in public life and boosting its worldwide stature, took his oath in parliament for a five-year term after his June election victory. Erdogan said that folk dancing and a laser show had been cancelled as a result.
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"Turkey is among the few countries in the world that has changed its governing system in democratic means", he said Monday.
Erdogan will this week immediately turn to foreign policy, visiting northern Cyprus and Azerbaijan, followed by more challenging encounters at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels where he will meet US President Donald Trump and other leaders.
The lira, which has lost almost a fifth of its value against the dollar this year, dropped almost 3 percent to 4.74 to the dollar minutes after the cabinet announcement.
Turkey also faces a widening current account deficit making it reliant on weak foreign investment to plug the gap.
Likewise, the departure of market-friendly ministers such as Mehmet Simsek, the well regarded former deputy prime minister, and Naci Agbal, previously the finance minister, has also undermined confidence.
It allows him to appoint ministers and vice-presidents and intervene in the legal system.
Erdogan's party retains control of the parliament due to its alliance with Turkey's main nationalist party.
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