TCDD in the privatization of the last corner: the AKP, Turkey's State Railways (TCDD) has rolled up its sleeves to complete the privatization. In 2013, the AKP prepared a regulation in 2015, based on the law that launched the privatization process of railways under the name of aya liberalization AKP. 2 The regulation published in the Official Gazette on 2015 May 11 determined the working procedures and principles of the private freight and passenger transportation companies operating in the national railway system and the suburban services carried out by TCDD in the metropolises such as Istanbul, Ankara and İzmir were opened to the private sector within the scope of the regulation. The AKP announced that the restructuring of TCDD will be completed, and that rail and road freight and passenger transportation will be opened to private railway companies.
THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES WILL BE REDUCED
Bright told Turkey Kamu-Sen connected to the Turkish Transportation-Sen Chairman Şerafeddin Sea, earnings, noting that the area that opened to the private sector, "the privatization of TCDD's unacceptable," he said. Stating that privatization is not possible to achieve success, Deniz said, mümkün All European countries have done so. But most of them had to step back. The countries we interviewed were extremely unhappy for such an organization. None of the expected benefits could be obtained. This liberalization law cannot provide the expected benefit. Customization cannot be achieved here. Neither state railways nor we do not know where this business will go Ne. Deniz continued: “Railways, Transportation Inc. was founded. Railways will be divided into two Transportation Inc. and TCDD. With this law, the privatization of the railways has been cleared. During this process, the workers on the railway will be gradually melted. They will either be sent to other institutions or they will be forced to retire. In other words, the hand of the state will be withdrawn from this area. Yani
PLACES TO THE SPECIAL SECTOR!
Reminding that the profits will remain in the private sector and the non-profit areas will be left to the state, Deniz said: ıla The AKP promises to privatize the entire railroads in its Medium Term Program. But it is not easy to customize the TCDD. Where you can customize it, you can customize a certain part of the freight transport and the freight transport in areas where the ore deposits have a high load carrying capacity. Because if the private sector is going to make money, if it is going to make a profit, if it can get something as income, it makes transportation here. If he doesn't have a profit, he won't come here and transport. For example, you cannot privatize Malatya-Tatvan, Kayseri-Adana line because there is nothing to save the private sector. Therefore, the places that do not operate, places that we do not operate well, where there is no infrastructure investments and where the geographical conditions are not suitable, the railway transportation, that is, the units that completely lose their damages, will remain in the state. Places that make money and profit will be given to the private sector. Para