Turkish parliament adopts constitutional amendments at first reading

By Orkhan Quluzade, 10 January 2017
Amendments to the Constitution of Turkey have been adopted at first reading by the country’s parliament, said the parliament’s website Jan. 10. Under the procedure, for their ratification, it is needed to hold the second voting, which should be held not less than 48 hours after the first voting. During the first reading, 480 out of 550 members of the parliament voted. During the voting, 338 [...] Read more here: Trend News Agency


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