Tumer with CHP works for the transfer of the Adana Metro to the Ministry

Tumer of the CHP is working for the transfer of the Adana Metro to the Ministry: The Republican People's Party (CHP) Adana Deputy Zülfikar İnönü Tümer questioned whether the transfer of the metro system in Adana to the Ministry of Transport will be carried out in 2016 during the budget negotiations in parliament.

All of CHP, Turkey Grand National Assembly (Parliament) during the era of budget talks, Finance Minister Naji Ağbal to Adana metro forming a heavy burden on the island led to the question 2016 received any budget.

Tümer pointed out that the 1996 2010 cost 535, which was started in XNUMX in May, and the officially opened XNUMX in May, didn't work on the rent of the metro.

RAIL SYSTEM WILL BE TRANSFORMED TO THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT?
Underlining that the principal and loan interest of the subway is a huge burden on Adana, Tümer said, “AKM-Gar-Kızılay metro line in Ankara, Yenikapı-İncirli, İncirli-Sefaköy metro line in Istanbul and Meydan-Airport-Expo tram line in Antalya It is known that the projects and construction works were undertaken by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication with the decision of the Council of Ministers. At the Adana meeting of the President of the Republic of Turkey on June 4, 2011, '40 percent of the revenues of the Municipality of Adana are deducted from metro debt. On the request we received, we take over the subway to our Ministry of Transport and we will start the Akıncılar-Çukurova University line, "Is there an item in the 2016 budget on the subject?"

THE MINISTER OF FINANCE WILL BRING IT TO THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION
Minister of Finance Ağbal stated that he does not have any knowledge about the subject and said belir I will convey the issue to the Minister of Transport. 'Will 2016 be an assessment of the preparatory work for this budget?' You said. We will continue to carry out our budget works and we will transfer this also to the Minister of Transport or.

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