Parliament to debate censure motion

Published 03.04.2016 21:01

This week, Parliament's General Assembly will convene today to discuss the motions for censure submitted by the People's Democratic Party (HDP) regarding Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdağ and Minister of Family and Social Policies Sema Ramazanoğlu.

With the motions for censure now on the agenda, the Assembly is expected to continue talks regarding outstanding articles of the bill which could result in the establishment of Turkey's Human Rights and Equality Authority. Draft legislation to amend the labor law and introduce new regulations related to "flextime programs" is also on the agenda for parliament this week.

The General Assembly is also expected this week to complete the legal amendments required for the granting of visa-free travel in Europe to Turkish citizens.

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