Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan said, “By the Information Technologies and Communication Authority (BTK), they use a statement that such software is purchased and used for listening. As the ministry and the institution, there is no software that we buy or informally buy and use, including spyware. ” said.
Arslan, after Turkey's first domestic and national messenger base station into service, met with journalists in Kars, answered questions.
Upon the question about the CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu's allegations that software was installed on the phones of the parliamentarians during his reaction to the arrest of Istanbul Deputy Enis Berberoğlu, Arslan said that BTK was performing a duty for listening only within the framework of the courts' decisions. Arslan, “BTK, who, what, how he listened, how he spoke, has no such task. The decision comes, after the decision comes, the judges who perform this task within the BTK examine it and give an end to the 'true' lesson. Especially with the ingenuity of BTK, they use a statement that such software is purchased and used for listening. We know what we are doing. Let me say 100% clearly, and as ministry and institution, no software that we buy or use informally can be in question, including spyware. We are an institution that does the work that needs to be done legally within the framework of our laws and powers. ” He spoke in the form.
Arslan, who said that he rejected these expressions about wearing out a good service institution, said, “If they asked us, we would say clearly, 'It is not possible for us to buy or use such software.'” used expressions.
Arslan pointed out that such a perception is attempted in the minds of the citizen and that it is unfair to them, the institution and the employees.
Personnel recruitment to KGM
Answering the question about 640 technical personnel to be taken to the General Directorate of Highways (KGM), Arslan said that they have strengthened the construction equipment park and that more successful service has been provided in the fight against winter conditions in recent years. Arslan said, “In the second half of this year, we will start the process of incorporating 640 technical staff. We will add them to our staff before the end of the year. ” said.