CHP Ankara Deputy Murat Emir, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim's Minister of Transport, Communication and Maritime Affairs in 2009 in the "railways, let's look at a woman's hand," he lifted the results of the condition of being "male" to the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Maritime Affairs asked Ahmet Arslan'a.
CHP's Emir, in the justification of his parliamentary question, stated that one of the most important indicators of both social and economic development of the countries is the participation rate of women in the labor force, “Especially in developed countries, women are starting to take place in the sector more and more, railway sector also draws attention among the business lines where women are employed more. As it is known, Seçil Ölmez, who graduated from Eskişehir Anatolian Industrial Vocational High School Rail Systems and Technologies Department in 2009, asked the Minister of Transport Binali Yıldırım to remove the condition of being a man to become a mechanic. Yıldırım promised that this condition would be lifted by saying, "Let a woman touch the railways, too," and the way was opened for women to become mechanics. However, at the beginning of this year, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan met with female machinists. sohbet "We understand that there is still no female driver in our YHT lines," he said.
Ata Why isn't female mechanic employment still being implemented in YHT? “
The questions addressed to the Minister as part of the question proposal are as follows:
- Following the opening of women's being a mechanic, has your ministry been encouraging to encourage women to serve as machinists?
How many machinists do the current conventional lines of the CDD, how many of them are women?
Why has no female mechanic been employed since the YHT lines have been opened?
- Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan with the machinists earlier this year sohbet Has your ministry started a new study after it stated that there should be a female machinist in YHTs?
- Are you planning to appoint a female mechanic in the YHTs in Istanbul, Eskişehir, Ankara and Konya?