3 in the strike of İZBAN. day: waiting for Prime Minister to step in

3 in the strike of İZBAN. day: waiting for the Prime Minister to step in: The personnel of İZBAN A.Ş., which operates the suburban transportation between Aliağa and Torbalı in İzmir, is on strike 3. entered the day. Citizens, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim demanded the introduction.

TCDD which operates suburban transportation between Aliağa and Torbalı in İzmir and the joint company of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, İZBAN A.Ş. personnel strike decision 3. per day. Some citizens who think that the end of the strike, at the gates of the station "This is the strike at work," he saw the text returned door, turned his route into bus stops. Many of the citizens in the past, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, which made the Prime Minister Binali Yildirim wanted to enter the middle of the road.

“THE PRIME MINISTER SHOULD TAKE PLACE”

Batıkan Yilmaz said, rev I find the right to strike strike. I know that the workers will continue their strike as long as they cannot get their rights. I think it would be easier if the prime minister gets involved. We are forced from this situation as a citizen. No matter how many buses come, traffic is a problem. Normally, the way I came in 10 minutes, I came in the 50 minute, ada while Seval Vural is a citizen. Yesterday I had a hard time coming to the hospital from Menemen to Alsancak. I'm even late. Prime Minister should be engaged in this issue and the middle way should be found. Başbakan

“MEET THE MIDDLE”

Velican Kalkan, 10 day before the decision of the strike will be taken, stating, said:

"I am a student. I was coming from Şirinyer to Alsancak in 10 minutes. Now I come in 50 minutes. The Prime Minister was formerly Minister of Transport. It would be good if he came in, but the staff at İZBAN are asking for more. They meet in the middle. They're not victims, so we don't become victims. Our brothers also get what they deserve. Isim A citizen named Jale Erol stated that the workers had the right to strike. Erol said, dan I just got back from the door. I was actually guessing the strike would continue, but I came. I support this strike because they are laboring people. They're dealing with thousands of people. We support them. They're all brilliant people. People working in 7 / 24. I hope the God helps them."

“STRIKE WILL CONTINUE”

Ahmet Güler, chief operating officer of the workplace, stated that they will continue to strike unless their demands are met. Güler said, tam When the percentage is 15, salaries are not exactly 15. We do not accept offers as working friends. The strike will last. We don't have a positive view of stepping. We tried so hard to find the middle way. We have had problems since the foundation of İZBAN. 3-4 is not the day to solve problems. We can't go any way. There are no studies to solve the problems of employees. Çalışan

Mucahit Yavuz, one of the staff members of İZBAN said, oğlu Yesterday, the Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mr. Kocaoğlu said, the differences will not be closed in a collective agreement İZ. Yes, in a collective agreement, not all differences will be closed. This is 3. collective bargaining agreement. We've left work before. Since then, no work has been done to approach our peers. The break was even more open. 100 wouldn't have been involved if we didn't believe our rightful cause. We will continue until we find a solution. Çözüm

TCDD which operates suburban transportation between Aliağa and Torbalı in İzmir and the joint company of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, İZBAN A.Ş. staff decided to strike yesterday. Due to the dispute in the collective bargaining negotiations involving 340 staff working in İZBAN, the strike began at 08.00 yesterday, according to the decision taken by the Turkish Railways Association. In addition to ESHOT and İZULAŞ, İZDENİZ increased its flights in order not to be affected negatively by the strike.

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