Are the collapsing jumping towers in the Palandeck forgotten?

The collapsing jumping towers are forgotten in Palandeck: 15 In July 2014 about three months have passed since the collapse of the Jumping Towers, the authorities have become silent.

Erzurum Approximately three months after the investigation of the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Prosecutor's Office started the investigation.
While no public statements have been made about the work done so far, it has been claimed that political pressure has been made on the investigators. 2011 World University Winter Games in Erzurum Palandöken district of central Kiremitliktepe built in 100 million pounds by spending so far in Turkey's first ski jump tower Failure to do no work is causing the reaction.

The facilities built for Universiade Erzurum-27, hosted by Erzurum between January 6 and February 2011, 2011, cost approximately 600 million lira. In addition to the Kiremitliktepe Ski Jumping Facility, which became unusable as a result of the collapse, an ice skating hall with a capacity of 2 thousand spectators, an ice rink with a capacity of 500 spectators and a training hall, an ice hockey hall with a capacity of 3 thousand spectators, an ice hockey hall with a capacity of 500 spectators, a curling hall with a capacity of 1000 spectators. and Konaklı Ski Center, Palandöken Ski Center, Kandilli Ski Center, Cemal Gürsel Stadium and Games Village.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan had opened the facility on January 7, 2011.

Günceleme: 24/11/2018 13:37

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