The government, which has promised to issue the subcontracting arrangement by the end of this month, is planning to introduce the arrangement as a plan B with a new Legislative Decree, if it fails to complete the law. Parliament will recess from next week until January 9. With the arrangement, approximately 1 million people will be recruited.
The reason for the delay of the arrangement is the continuation of negotiations for the 69 thousand people in the 50 institution, which was established by special law, which is out of scope. The unions want to include them.
Some institutions excluded from the scope are as follows: TCDD, TÜDEMSAŞ, TÜLOMSAŞ, TKİ, TTK, TPAO, Çay-Kur, AOÇ, BOTAŞ, TOKİ, Meat and Milk Institution, Eti Maden, TEDAŞ, TETAŞ, TEİAŞ, EÜAŞ, MKEK, National Lottery , Sümer Holding, Central Bank, Ziraat Bank, Halkbank, Development Bank, Eximbank, SDIF, Telecommunications Communication Presidency, Anadolu Agency, TRT, Borsa İstanbul, State Supply Office, Tİ-GEM, TMO, TİM, Türkiye Şeker Fabrikaları A.Ş. , Turkey Maritime Businesses. – Yeniasır