The economy of Turkey that went through two elections; that was affected negatively from the stagnation in its nearby commercial partners, particularly the Euro zone, and from the uncertainty on the global finance markets; and that, however, grew by 4% in 2015 despite the growing geopolitical tensions and fluctuations in line with the FED’s increase of interests, has succeeded to stand out positively from among the other developing countries. In 2016, a new era in Turkey started through the incorporation of the 65th Government. The first signal that the new era will be different not only politically but also in terms of economy management can be figured out from the change in the structure of the Economy Coordination Board (EKK). It is a very important sign that EKK, which was convened and in which the resolutions were passed under the presidency of Deputy Prime Minister, will be brought together under the presidency of the Prime Minister in the period of the 65th Government. The fact that the economy will be steered by the Prime Minister will be effective in carrying the issues that are included in the Government’s Program and that must be handled determinedly in this period for the future of Turkey into effect.