Parliamentary resolutions are usually related to the political decisions and working procedures of the Assembly or relations with the executive organ. The resolutions can only be adopted by the Plenary.
Resolutions are adopted after a voting. The resolutions are not subject to the approval of the President of the Republic. The resolutions are published in the Official Gazette with the signature of the Speaker. As a rule, the resolutions are not subject to judicial review.
The amendments to the Rules of Procedure, decisions about recess and adjournment, decisions on parliamentary immunity, sending troops abroad, and authorizing foreign troops stationing in the country are examples of parliamentary resolutions.