Hamza Eroğlu

Keywords: Republic, Republic of Turkey, Grand National Assembly of Turkey, Proclamation Of The Republic

Abstract

Deciding on the renewal of the election on April 1, 1923, T.B.M.M., although it did not officially declare the Republic, was the historical assembly with great responsibility. The second Assembly met on August 11, 1923. Although the Republic is read by this council, the signature of the Lausanne Peace Treaty and T.B.M.M. two important decisions must be taken, such as Ankara's new headquarters State Administration Center. Mustafa Kemal Pasha, who was a civil servant in his Private Item and gained his personal trust, called Hasan Rıza Soyak to disassemble a few small pieces of paper: "Take these, they are in draft, you will be white. The articles are mixed, watch out, if you can not read or understand, you ask me. Only you and I will know them; There is no need to mention even their âmir ". Haşar Rıza Soyak, Mustafa Kemal Pasha 20/01/1921 Organization adopted the Fundamental Law of substances that change the shape of the state and the State of Turkey, we see that draft. Mustafa Kemal Pasha made by the same text as follows: "State of the form of government in the Republic of Turkey". "The Government of Turkey shall be governed by the Grand National Assembly". "The Assembly administers the administration branches, where the government is inking, and the deputies to the movement". "Cumhurrei of Turkey, by the General Assembly, Grand National Assembly of Turkey needed to elect a maximum circuit rating. The duty of the chief continues until the suicide of the new President. It is permissible to be a member of suicide. Turkey Cumhurrei is the head of state; as he deems necessary in this capacity, he obeys the Grand Millet Assembly and the Board of Deputies ". "The applicant is committed suicide by the Republic and among the members of the parliament. Other deputies are offered the approval of the Assembly by the President after the suicide has been committed by the Applicant again within the Assembly. In the case of parliamentary dissent, the affirmation of the Parliament is prevented.