Türkiye Büyük Millet Meclisi (TBMM)
TR - 06543 - ANKARA
Working language: English
24/01/2023 | 16:52:40 Thank you, Chairman. Distinguished members of the Assembly, This report is the product of a journey we have been in for almost a year now. We have worked on it meticulously, and thanks to the talent and extraordinary efforts of our rapporteur, we are finalising this journey today. Our group, right from the outset, has been an ardent supporter of the Fourth Summit of the Council of Europe, and we support this excellent report. We have been in favour of the idea of the Summit and this report... 11/10/2022 | 13:08:30 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) The report entitled "Supporting a European perspective for the Western Balkans" is very important at a time when we are all concerned about the increasing challenges to the unity of Europe. I therefore would like to express my sincere appreciation to the Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy as well as to our rapporteur Mr. George Papandreu who has prepared an excellent report describing the current situation in the region and drawing... 23/06/2022 | 17:35:48 Thank you, Mister President. Dear colleagues, dear friends, preparing this report must have been quite difficult. One certainly needs resilience to reflect appropriately on what the Kyrgyz Republic aims at, what it is going through and why it is important to keep this country engaged with the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Thanks to our rapporteur, we have a very accurate and informative report in front of us. First, I would like to share a personal experience with you which... 21/06/2022 | 10:21:19 Thank you, Mr Chairman. Distinguished members of the Assembly, As we are getting closer to the end of the first quarter of the 21st century, it is quite obvious that the international system is transforming. Some blame the pandemic for the changes we are going through. Some try to identify other reasons. But in any case, it is hard to ignore the effect of Russia's military aggression against Ukraine and many agree that European security will never be what it used to be. Things are changing... 27/04/2022 | 10:21:11 Thank you, Chairman. I take the floor on behalf of the Socialists, Democrats and Greens Group. I just want to underline that we are now going through a very important epoch in the history of Europe. The 24 February 2022 is probably going to become a very important benchmark in our history, in the history of our continent. Because it has opened a new chapter. It has opened a new chapter which is unprecedented since the Second World War. It is unprecedented in the sense that it has created...
07/02/2023 | Doc. 15708 | Written declaration The inadmissibility of the terrorist act committed against the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the Islamic Republic of Iran 01/02/2023 | Doc. 15707 | Motion for a resolution Clean Air (indoor and outdoor) public health and greenhouse gases 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15698 | Motion for a resolution The use of explosive weapons as a major driver of justified displacement 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15700 | Motion for a resolution Global rules to eliminate all forms of religious oppression 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15702 | Motion for a recommendation Socialising at schools, a means for students' well-being
24/01/2023 | Doc. 15681, vote on the draft text for recommendation The Reykjavik Summit of the Council of Europe: United around values in the face of extraordinary challenges 23/01/2023 | Doc. 15591, vote on the draft text for resolution Addressing the issue of Daesh foreign fighters and their families returning from Syria and other countries to the member States of the Council of Europe 23/01/2023 | Doc. 15591, vote on the draft text for recommendation Addressing the issue of Daesh foreign fighters and their families returning from Syria and other countries to the member States of the Council of Europe 14/10/2022 | Doc. 15620, vote on the draft text for resolution The future of work is here: revisiting labour rights 14/10/2022 | Doc. 15620, vote on the draft text for recommendation The future of work is here: revisiting labour rights