Parliament’s Constitution Conciliation Commission has decided to resume work without setting any concrete time limitation, apparently in a bid to eliminate a possible deadline pressure during their already complicated work.
The decision was made at a dinner meeting under the presidency of Parliament Speaker Cemil Çiçek on April 8. The meeting came days after all four parties represented at the Parliament submitted their drafts to the Office of the Parliament Speaker on April 5. “The commission will resume its work. We hope that no article the debate of which is not completed will remain in the coming period,” Çiçek said in a written statement.