Reaction from CHP to New Metrobus Lines in Denizli

CHP Denizli Central District Chairman Ömer Yurtseven claimed that the transportation rent of the city was marketed to Turex and said, "The AKP's municipality, which treated Turex as a beating and beating the minibus tradesmen, now deserved a whopping slap." said. Stating that Denizli's transportation has turned into a mess, and the unannounced practices infuriated the citizens, Yurtseven said, “The municipality decides in the evening and gets up to practice in the morning. It is imposed on the people without consulting anybody, with the understanding of 'I did it, it was done', reminiscent of the times of sultanate. " said.

CHP Central District Chairperson Yurtseven said the following in a written statement: “Why does the municipality, which occupies the public opinion and organizes polls, whether Denizli's rooster statue is made of glass or soil, does not show the same sensitivity about transportation? Why is one-way traffic not announced to the citizens in advance? Why are the routes of the minibuses being re-determined according to Turex? Why is it played with the bread of the minibus? Are the people of Denizli thought to be sheep to be herded? We strongly condemn and protest this understanding, which signed almost the death warrant of 850 minibus tradesmen with Turex, which finished the shopkeepers with shopping malls. Denizli's transportation master plan is mentioned, but its details are not shared with the public. Was this plan based on the traffic density of countries such as Kenya, Bhutan or Angola? What kind of contract has been signed between the municipality and the Turex company belonging to the AKP's Kiler family? Does this contract include the articles 'No stopping, continue to torture citizens or destroy minibus tradesmen'? Is it the result of the bargaining behind closed doors, so great in accessing Turex? Does Denizli Mayor Osman Zolan serve the supporters or citizens with his practices that are disconnected from the public in transportation? "

Stating that in contemporary democracies, local governments engage decision mechanisms based on democratic participation and govern the city together with the people, Ömer Yurtseven said, “We have neither democracy nor participation. On the contrary, there is imposition and torment. There is an understanding that spoils the vital fabric of Denizli city and changes its genetics, but this understanding will take the lesson it deserves from the public in the first election and will receive a whopping slap. " He spoke in the form.

Source: News

Today in History: The First Table Tennis Tournament was Held in the United Kingdom

December 11 is the 345th day of the year (346th in leap years) according to the Gregorian calendar. There are 20 days left until the end of the year. Railway 11 December 1921 Kazım Karabekir, Nafia [more...]

Producing Women Festival in Denizli will be held on 19-21 January 2024

The Metropolitan Producing Women Festival, which will be held for the 3rd time by Denizli Metropolitan Municipality, will be held on 19-20-21 January 2024. Those who want to contribute to their family economy by exhibiting their handmade products [more...]

China Decided to Discount Visa Fees by 25 Percent

In the statement made by the Consular Affairs Department of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it was reported that visa fees for entering China have been gradually reduced. According to the statement, COVID-19 will be classified as "Category A" as of January 8. [more...]

China Releases Action Plan to Improve Air Quality

China's State Council has released an action plan to improve air quality as part of the country's efforts to promote high-quality economic development. Plan encourages green industry transitions [more...]

Erkilet Boulevard Gets a Renewed Road Worth 15 Million TL

Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Dr. Memduh Büyükkılıç gives immediate instructions upon the request of the headmen and gives Erkilet Boulevard, which has completed its economic life, a renewed road worth 15 million TL. Erkilet [more...]

Ideas That Will Shape the Future of Libraries Will Be Discussed in Ankara

Turkey's first idea marathon in the field of librarianship is organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Ankara on 11-12 December 2023. According to the statement made by the Ministry, Libraries and Publications General [more...]

25 Million TL Support from Red Crescent to Earthquake Victims

607 tradesmen affected by the Kahramanmaraş earthquakes benefited from the Red Crescent's Tradesman Support Project, which provides cash aid to small-scale tradesmen and enables them to reactivate their workplaces. In cities in the earthquake zone [more...]

Swimming Training for 7 Thousand 500 Students in Konya

The third term training of the "No One Who Can Swim" project carried out by Konya Metropolitan Municipality has started. Konya Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Uğur İbrahim Altay said, “In the first stage, Meram, Karatay, Çumra, [more...]

AOÇ Women's Cooperatives Support Farmers by Selling Products Without Intermediaries

Minister of Agriculture and Forestry İbrahim Yumaklı sells the products produced by women's cooperatives and unions established by Atatürk Forest Farm (AOÇ) with permission from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to the end consumer. [more...]

Landslide in Zonguldak: There are People Trapped Under the Ruin

Disaster and Emergency Management (AFAD) Presidency announced that a two-storey house in Zonguldak collapsed due to a landslide. In the statement made by AFAD, around 20.00:XNUMX in Asma neighborhood Tulubaüstü [more...]

Count Species Event was Held in Ormanya with 113 Different Species

Citizen Science Event “Tür Say” organized by Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality was held in Ormanya. In the event known as Bioblitz and called Tür Say in Turkey, the flora and fauna of the region [more...]

750 TL Education Aid from Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality to Istanbul Students

This year, IMM supports children from Istanbul who are educated at primary and high school levels. This year, 83 thousand children will benefit from the 'So You Read' education aid. [more...]
done :8
done :8

Be the first to comment

Leave a response

Your email address will not be published.