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Is the Legislative Power General in the Turkish Constitutional System?

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2020 / Vol. 32, No. 3 , (117)
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Is the Legislative Power General in the Turkish Constitutional System?

Salih Taşdöğen

Bursa Uludağ University, Chair of General Public Law, (email: )
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8613-1559

Yahya Berkol Gülgeç

Bursa Uludağ University, Chair of Constitutional Law, (email: )
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2577-5799

Generality of the legislative power is a widely accepted principle which is perceived as essential for the constitutional system. Validity of this principle has not really been questioned. It has been claimed that the principle is a consequence of the democratic parliamentary system or that it exists because the Constitution does not restrict the domain of statutes. However, these arguments cannot hold in the face of the “principle of granted powers” which is a positive principle adopted by Article 6/3 of the Constitution. In the Turkish legal system, the legislative power has a determined domain.

La généralité du pouvoir législatif est un principe largement accepté qui est perçu comme essentiel pour le système constitutionnel. La validité de ce principe n’a pas vraiment été remise en question. On a pu affirmer que ce principe était une conséquence du système parlementaire démocratique ou qu’il existe parce que la Constitution ne restreint pas le domaine des lois. Cependant, ces arguments ne peuvent tenir face au “principe des pouvoirs accordés”, qui est un principe positif adopté par l’article 6/3 de la Constitution. Dans le système juridique turc, le pouvoir législatif a un do­maine déterminé.

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