Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ said that the State of Emergency Procedural Investigation Commission will begin operating in two weeks after the appointment of its members.
During his visit to Strasbourg, France on March 1, Minister Bozkır visited the Council of Europe (CoE), where he met with the CoE secretary-general, judges from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and members of the Committee of Ministers, the CoE's decision-making body.
Minister Bozdağ informed the Committee of Ministers that the State of Emergency Procedures Investigation Commission will begin evaluating and implementing decisions regarding applications made within the scope of ECHR-based decree laws.
He informed members of the Committee of Ministers that after the appointed members of the State of Emergency Procedures Investigation Commission assume their posts in two weeks, the commission will being working to evaluate and implement decisions regarding applications related to operations conducted within the scope of the decree laws based upon the ECHR.
The commission will receive applications about removals or dismissals from public service and education institutions, as well as the closure of associations, etc. Applications to the commission will be made through governor's offices.
Those who have been removed from public service, from professions or organizations, as well as those who have been suspended, may also apply to the institution where they last worked.
The commission will consist of seven members, three of whom will be appointed by the prime minister, one will be appointed by the Justice Ministry, one by the Interior Ministry, and two will be appointed by the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK).
The commission's term will be two years, and members are expected to issue around 100,000 applications about the decree decisions within their term.
The commission is entitled to demand any information and documents from public institutions and judicial authorities except documents subject to confidentiality as part of an investigation or others classified as state secrets. Public institutions and judicial authorities are obliged to provide the demanded information to the commission within the scope of its duties immediately and to facilitate any inquiries.
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