The main opposition party in Turkey will call for a emergency meeting of the general assembly of the Turkish Parliament over proceedings regarding four former ministers Anadolu Agency reported.
The Republican People's Party -- known by its Turkish initials, CHP -- has collected the necessary 110 signatures to call for the meeting.
The prosecutors have sent a summary of proceedings concerning the four former ministers to the Turkish Parliament after the anti-graft operation that was launched on Dec. 17.
The CHP parliamentary group deputy chairman, Akif Hamzacebi, will hold a press conference Tuesday in his party's headquarters in Istanbul over the call.
The Turkish Parliament is in recess until local elections are held on March 30.