Since 7th of June ,in this date the parliamentary elections was passed, the coalition government has not been formed, and the Parliament is unable to adopt the law about early elections, for the first time in the history the president Erdogan has decided to announce a early election on 1st of November. There are 45-days allotted by the Constitution to form a coalition government. On Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with the representative of Parliament Ismet Yilmaz to initiate the process of elections which will be presented 1st of November. According to the law 116 of Turkey’s Constitution there are less than 48 hours for parliament to announce the decision of the president Erdogan, and than it will be published in the “Official Gazette”. According to the Constitution, early elections should be passed on the first Sunday not later than 90 days after this decision. However, the Supreme Electoral Council (YSK) decided to ignore the report and set the election on 1st of November.