Due to the fact taht the Kanun-ı Esasi was not fully structured according to the parliamentary system, the parliamentary system was in complete in many aspects during the First Constitutional Period. However, with the changes made in the Kanun-ı Esasi in 1909, the parliamentary system was given a very democratic structure. The most important change in terms of parliamentary control is taht the government has been made accountable to the parliament. However, due to some legal deficiencies and in experience, problems have been experienced in the function in gand application of control mechanisms. For example, neither in the constitutionnor in the by laws of the 1877 Members of Parliament and Ayan Assemblies, there is norulepertaining to a parliamentary question. For this reason, in the Second Constitutional Period, the parliamentary questions caused various debate sand in this period, the parliamentary questions were processed according to the conventions.
The no-confidence question took place both in the constitution and in the Mebusan Bylaws. However, the fact taht the ministers were not responsible to the assembly rendered the interrogationdys functional. In 1909, important changes were made in the constitution in terms of no-confidence ana the members of the government were made responsible to the Parliament.
In the article, the functioning of the no-confidence motion ana the problems encountered are explained especially based on the Memorandum of Understanding of the Majlis-i Mebusan. In addition, the pres ana research works of the period were alsoused.