Oğuzhan Asiltürk (born 25 May 1935 – Died 1 October 2021) is a Turkish politician. He served as the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Industry and Technology, and most recently, he served as the Chairman of the High Advisory Board of the Felicity Party.
He attended primary and secondary school and high school in Malatya. He completed his university education at Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Civil Engineering. He graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Civil Engineering. He worked as a freelance consultant and engineer for a while.
14th and 15th Term Ankara; He served as deputy of Malatya in the 19th, 20th and 21st terms and at the Ministries of Interior, Industry and Technology.
He was detained for one year, tried and acquitted due to the MSP Case. He was banned from politics for 10 years, and the ban was lifted with the 1987 Constitutional referendum. After his ban was lifted, he was elected as the general secretary of the RP in the first congress. 11 years later, he was elected as a deputy from Malatya again. He joined the Virtue Party. After the death of National Vision leader Necmettin Erbakan, he was one of the founders of the Saadet Party and was elected as the chairman of the YİK of the Saadet Party.
Oğuzhan Asiltürk, who expressed his own ideas about the military interventions that heavily occupied Turkish politics, claimed that the Anti-American cadres in the army were liquidated with the Ergenekon and Sledgehammer cases. Again, defending that the February 28 process cannot be costed to the entire army, Asiltürk states that a group of junta generals started the 28 February process with the support of the media, businessmen and other political parties.
Meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on January 7, 2021, Asiltürk said that Erdogan had told him that the Istanbul Convention would be lifted. With the President's decision published on 20 March 2021, Turkey withdrew from the Istanbul Convention.
Asiltürk, who was taken to Ankara City Hospital due to shortness of breath due to COVID-13 on September 2021, 19, died of a heart attack on October 1, 2021 at around 09.00.
Oğuzhan Asiltürk was married and had four children.