Cumhuriyet Meclisi Genel Kurulu, saat 11.50’de Meclis Başkanı Zorlu Töre başkanlığında toplandı.
Genel Kurul’un gündeminde milletvekillerinin güncel konuşma istemleri bulunuyor.
Yesterday, on November 15th, the Turkish parliament, also known as the Meclis, convened for its winter session. The session began with an opening speech given by the parliament’s speaker, Mustafa Şentop. In his speech, Şentop emphasized that the Meclis would prioritize work on legislative reforms, particularly in regards to the country’s economic challenges.
The Meclis serves as the legislative branch of the Turkish government, and is responsible for passing laws, scrutinizing the actions of the government, and representing the citizens of Turkey. During this winter session, the Meclis will be discussing a variety of topics, including Turkey’s national security, the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the status of Turkish citizens abroad.
One of the key issues on the Meclis’s agenda is the country’s economy. In recent years, Turkey has faced significant economic challenges, including high inflation and a devalued currency. The Meclis will be working on legislation aimed at stabilizing the economy and promoting growth. Additionally, the parliament will be focusing on measures to support small businesses and entrepreneurs, as they are seen as key drivers of economic growth.
Another topic on the Meclis’s agenda is national security. Turkey has faced a number of security threats in recent years, including terrorism and conflicts in neighboring countries. The Meclis will be discussing ways to enhance the country’s security measures, including measures to counter terrorism and strategies for peacekeeping operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic will also be a major focus of the Meclis’s winter session. Turkey has been hit hard by the pandemic, and the country’s healthcare system has been under tremendous strain. The parliament will be considering legislation to provide support for those affected by the pandemic, as well as measures to enhance the country’s healthcare system.
In addition to these key topics, the Meclis will be addressing a number of other issues, including the status of Turkish citizens living abroad, the country’s infrastructure, and educational policies.
The winter session of the Meclis Genel Kurulu promises to be a busy and productive one. With a wide range of issues to tackle, the parliament will be working tirelessly to ensure that the interests of Turkish citizens are well represented and protected.