The Turkish parliament convenes for the first plenary session of the 25th term on Tuesday, after a two-month break that included the June 7 general election, SIA informs citing the AA.
The newly-elected members of parliament have begun taking their oaths as of 3.00 p.m., local time (1200GMT).
The Republican People's Party's (CHP) freshly-elected Deniz Baykal is presiding over the assembly as the most senior MP until a speaker is named.
Delivering a speech at the opening ceremony, Baykal said the parliament members will be representatives of all the people, not just those who voted for them.
"After a long, bittersweet single-party-ruling period, our people's decision for us is to cooperate, to govern by joining forces," Baykal said.