Turkish dating rules
Article 123 stipulates that "the organisation and functions of the administration are based on the principles of centralization and local administration".The Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) are subordinate to the President, in the capacity of Commander-in-Chief.The Article 4 declares the immovability of the founding principles of the Republic defined in the first three Articles and bans any proposals for their modification.
Fundamental Aims and Duties of the State is defined in Article 5.
Article Seven provides for the establishment of a unicameral parliament as the sole organ of expression of sovereign people.
Article Six of the Constitution affirms that "sovereignty is vested fully and unconditionally in the nation" and that "the Turkish Nation shall exercise its sovereignty through the authorised organs as prescribed by the principles laid down in the Constitution".
Since its ratification in 1982, the current constitution has overseen many important events and changes in the Republic of Turkey, and it has been modified many times to keep up with global and regional geopolitical conjunctures. The Constitution asserts that Turkey is a secular (2.1) and democratic (2.1), republic (1.1) that derives its sovereignty (6.1) from the people.
The sovereignty rests with the Turkish Nation, who delegates its exercise to an elected unicameral parliament, the Turkish Grand National Assembly.