TCDD claims to Davutoglu asked

allegations of tagging the TCDD were asked Davutoglu: CHP Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrikulu, Turkey State Railways (TCDD) asked the Prime Minister at the General Directorate of tagging their claims.
CHP member Sezgin Tanrıkulu, who gave a proposal to the Turkish Grand National Assembly to request a written reply by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, pointed out the news in the press and said, In order to identify bureaucrats who support opposition parties, it is alleged that they conducted a “tagging” with regard to 37 senior bureaucrats consisting of deputy general managers, consultants, heads of departments and regional directors. It is stated in the news that bureaucrats are labeled with information notes such as 'bad mouth', 'negative', 'passive', 'useful in dismissal'. ” said.
In this context, Tanrıkulu asked Davutoğlu the following questions:
“Is it true that the bureaucrats who support Gezi Park protests and opposition parties are tried to be identified in the General Directorate of State Railways?
Is it true that the bureaucrats commission and advisors claim in the General Directorate of State Railways?
If the claim is correct, who are the commissioning members and consultants?
If the claim is correct, what is the reason for the receipt?
Is it true that the bureaucrats in the General Directorate of State Railways are labeled with information notes such as "bad mouth", "negative", "passive", "it is useful to dismiss"?
Are bureaucrats appointed at the General Directorate of Railways according to the political criteria set by the AKP Government?
According to which criteria are bureaucrat appointments made at the General Directorate of Railways?
How is the adequacy of candidates measured in bureaucrat appointments at the General Directorate of Railways? ”

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