Law making power of Grand National Assembly of Turkey under 1982 Constitution
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This thesis examines the legislative procedure of Grand National Assembly of Turkey. Journey of legislative bills that start form their submission to the chair of the parliament until their ratification has been reviewed. Our work focuses on the procedural rules of the parliament which are almost always shadowed by the discussions on the merits of the law although they cause considerable tension between majority and the opposition. Constitutional Court decisions that shaped the parliamentary practice and the parliamentary practice itself has been detailed in our two-part thesis. First part of our thesis is titled as “Default Procedure” and includes the default rules of procedure, where our second part titled as “Special Rules of Procedure” explains exceptional procedures laid down in law. Effects of the recent amendments to the Constitution realized by Act No. 6771 on parliamentary procedure has also been analyzed in our thesis.