The country's opposition does not support the move, arguing that Erdogan is moving the country toward authoritarian rule.
"The issue of [introducing] the presidential form cannot be solved without the people [of Turkey]. We will hold the referendum should the need for it arise," Kalin said at a press conference.
The ruling Turkish Justice and Development Party of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu secured a majority of seats in snap parliament elections on Sunday and will be able to form a single-party government.
The party, however, failed to gain the two-thirds of votes required to make amendments to the country's constitution.