Sadık Yurtman, President of Eskişehir Environmental Protection and Development Association, made a press statement regarding the Bag Law, which was discussed at the Turkish Grand National Assembly. In his statement, Yurtman stated that the Bag Law should be withdrawn.
Chairman Yurtman; “The Law Proposal Amending the Electricity Market Law and Some Laws is being discussed at the General Assembly of the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
Although Article 6 was withdrawn as a result of intense public reaction, this is not enough. The omnibus bill, which will be discussed on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, should be withdrawn completely.
The adoption of the law proposal, which is prepared in line with the demands of the capital and includes regulations against the public interest, will cause many new problems for our country and our future.
For example, with this arrangement, tires, garbage and burning of forest waste to produce electricity "renewable energy" is taken within the scope of Turkey has completed the life of tires, municipal waste and not to the energy produced by burning of forest waste; It needs cheap, healthy and environmentally friendly renewable energy sources.
Turkey Environment Platform (TÜRÇEP) member of the Eskişehir Environmental Protection and Development Association (ESCEVD)
We call on all of our MPs to reconsider the aforementioned regulation, and we urge the Environment-related sections of the Omnibus Bill to be completely withdrawn from the TGNA Agenda.
In epidemics and earthquakes that we face with a new one every day, you cannot pack energy, food, nature and our right to life by knowing the opportunity. Our nature is not capital but our living space. " said