The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) wants to secure a transition from the present parliamentary to a presidential form of government through a new constitution.
"Next week, AKP`s committee will begin work on a draft constitution. Next month, no later than in the end of April we will present it to parliament. Parliament debates on the draft will be held in May-June," Davutoglu told reporters.
In February, the Constitution Conciliation Committee was dissolved after the main opposition Republican People`s Party (CHP) refused to participate discussions of the draft constitution in protest over the country`s alleged transition to authoritarian rule.
The ruling Turkish of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu secured a parliamentary majority in November`s snap elections. The party, however, failed to capture the two-thirds majority required to make constitutional amendments.