Railway workers start march in Ankara
In IZMIR, members of the United Transport Union (BTS) walked from Izmir to Ankara to protest the privatization of railways.
Basmane gathered in front of the BTS Station Izmir Branch member of the group of about 50 people in Turkey Liberalization of Railway Transport 'will take 4 days to protest the bill began to walk through Ankara. Before walking the press release, Office Workers' Union of Turkey (Turkish Büro-Sen) Chairman Fahrettin made hill. Saying that many public institutions and organizations were privatized by the political power, Yokuş claimed that many institutions were drawn to certain sections under the name of privatization. Stating that the railways are the target of the government's privatization, Yokuş said:
“Political power continues the sales of public institutions and organizations unknowingly. With these privatizations, subcontracting that sees employees as slaves opens up. While there were 2002 thousand subcontractors working in the public sector in 20, now this number has increased to 155 thousand. The aim of the AKP is to bring cheap labor into the country and impoverish the people. Railways are withdrawn to the private sector by this law. We will stand against this payoff. Railway employees want to serve citizens. Social state speeches and subcontracting cannot be prevented. We want to return from this wrong policy. If there is no return from this draft law, our actions will continue increasingly.
Press releases of BTS followed by 5 different provinces in Turkey protesting the bill to privatize the railways launched Move, Izmir started up. The group marched from Basmane Station to the front of the Kültürpark Montreux Gate, accompanied by the police who were prevented, with the slogan 'The day after day will return, the AKP will account for the people', 'Let the railroad law be withdrawn' and 'We will win together.' The members who will go to Ankara on behalf of the BTS İzmir Branch, took the bus waiting for them and moved to Manisa. BTS İzmir Branch members will pass Ankara through Balıkesir, Kütahya and Eskişehir.
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