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Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade

Born: September 25, 1967 (age 52 years), Turkey

Office: Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade since 2014

Previous office: Member of the Victorian Legislative Council (2002–2006)

Education: Monash University, Deakin University, Chisholm Institute

Adem Kubilay Somyurek is an Australian politician who served as Minister for Local Government and the Minister for Small Business in the Second Andrews Ministry until 2020.

Prior to 2020, he served as a member of the Australian Labor Party.

He has served as Member of Parliament (MP) for South Eastern Metropolitan Region since 2002, and had previously held the role of Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade in the First Andrews Ministry from December 2014 to July 2015.

In June 2020, Somyurek became the subject of major corruption allegations including branch stacking during the 48th Victorian Parliament.

Electorate South Eastern Metropolitan

Party Australian Labor Party House Legislative Council

Married, two children.

Birth Country Turkey

Education CertBus(Acc) (Chisholm). BA (Monash). MPol&Policy (Deakin).

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Born in 1967 in Izmir, Turkey, Somyurek moved to Australia with his parents when he was 18 months old.

Prior to entering the Victorian Parliament, Somyurek worked as a taxi driver, as a staffer for Labor Senator Jacinta Collins in 1996 and later in the office of federal MP Anthony Byrne.

Somyurek holds a Master of Arts in Policy and Politics, a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Sociology and an Associate Diploma in Business Studies (Accounting).

Adem Somyurek was sacked from his position in the Australian Labor Party for alleged branch-stacking.