Turkish pharmacists are no longer required to register with the
Charity Fund when registering to the Chamber of Pharmacists.
Charity Fund registration is now left to the discretion of the
individual pharmacist. For pharmacists which are registered to the
Charity Fund, the annual subscription fee payment due date has been
moved forward from May to February.
The Regulation Making Amendments on the Charity Fund Regulation
("Amendment Regulation") was published
in Official Gazette number 29720 on 23 May 2016.
The Amendment Regulation also makes the following changes:
Previously, pharmacists could only
de-register from the Charity Fund by de-registering from the
Chamber of Pharmacists. Under the amendments, pharmacists can now
de-register from the Charity Fund and continue their Chamber of
The Charity Fund's management was
previously authorized to issue receipts regarding the Charity
Fund's incomes. However, this has now been amended to simply
involve keeping records of the Charity Fund's incomes and
Please see this link for the full text of the Amendment
Registration (only available in Turkish).
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