In Turkey the Legislative authority is run by 550 deputies who are elected after every 4 years by fellow Turkish citizens. It is consigned the parliament. Turkish Grand National Assembly (TGNA) is also responsible. The deputies are made through fair voting. As per mentioned in the constitution, they deputies take a devoted oath initially. People appointed in the TGNA have several duties. Decisions regarding war being fought are also passed through them. Moreover, to support the signing of international arrangements, martial law, passing authority to the Cabinet, edit laws, repeal rules, etc, all are favored by TGNA. (Freedomhouse.org)
Greece also holds a legislative constitution. The Legislative authority of Greece is powered by The Parliament of the Hellenes. This parliament has a control over the government along with several major authorities. It comprises of 300 deputies. These deputies are elected by the people for four years. This parliament also selects the president of Greece. According to the rules and regulations of parliamentary democracy, it issues the Government with a vote of confidence. (Greece.angloinfo.com)
In Greece the government programs the executive authority. The prime minister of Greece is the president of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement, Georgios Papandreou. Several parties had their respective representatives standing in the elections for the 300 parliamentary seats. These parties included, New Democracy, the Communist party of Greece, the Popular Orthodox Rally and the Coalition of Radical left. Greece is allocated into 13 regions.