The Turkish parliament will have its first plenary session on June 23 during which the oath-taking ceremony of the newly-elected members will take place.
The MPs will gather at the general assembly of the parliament at 3.00 p.m., local time (1200GMT).
Supreme Elections Committee announced the official results of June 7 parliamentary elections on Thursday.
According to the official results, the Justice and Development (AK) Party leads the way with 258 MPs elected to the Turkish parliament. The Republican People's Party (CHP) has 132 seats, while the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) each have 80.
After swearing in, the parliament members will elect the speaker.
The Republican People's Party's (CHP) freshly-elected Deniz Baykal will preside over the assembly until another speaker is elected to the parliament. Baykal will be given this honor because he is the oldest parliament member at 76.
Candidates for the seat of parliament speaker will submit their applications after the first plenary session and the oath-taking ceremony. The deadline for applications will be June 28.
According to Turkish constitution, the election of the speaker shall be conducted via secret ballot. The first two ballots require a two-thirds majority of the total number of members. In the third, the absolute majority is needed.