Ombudsman is an independent public official to clear injustices, to prevent improper use of law, be respectful of law and to comply with the legislation, to ensure fairness and to recommend measures deemed necessary for better public services. He/she is elected by the Parliament, and no body is allowed to give any orders, suggestions and recommendations to him/her. Individual application to the Constitutional Court, on the other hand, is a way to seek ‘right’ as an exceptional extraordinary procedure that individuals can apply only after exhaustion of domestic remedies, in case state power violates the individual’s fundamental rights and freedoms. There are similarities as well as differences between these two institutions. Most importantly, Ombudsman has no power to impose sanctions, but Court can decide compensation and any type of injunction due to individual application.