Bursa Deputy Kayışoğlu Asked Varank about Automotive Test Center

bursa deputy kayisoglu varanka asked the automotive testing center
bursa deputy kayisoglu varanka asked the automotive testing center

CHP Bursa Deputy, Constitutional Commission Member Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu brought the Automotive Test Center to the agenda, where industrialists have been waiting for the foundation to be laid in 2019 in the 2013 budget negotiated in the Plan Budget Commission. The Minister of Industry and Technology asked Mustafa Varank when the Automotive Test Center, whose construction was decided in Yenişehir, will be operational. However, he could not get the response he expected from the Minister.

Altaca Kayışoğlu, drawing attention to the right to budget in the meetings at the Plan Budget Committee, addressed the AKP members as follows: “I want you to go back and look at your past. When you founded your party in 2002, you accepted the right to budget as one of the most important fundamental rights and freedoms. You were working on making arrangements on this issue and it was included in your program, but at the point we have reached, we are discussing the budget here today by handing over the right to the budget in 2017 and the execution to a single person. Therefore, I need to emphasize that this wrong must be corrected, because it is an important right, this right must be handed over to the Parliament again and, as it should be, enshrined in the Constitution within the scope of fundamental rights and freedoms.”

Emphasizing that the Tenth Five-Year Plan has ended, but the 2019 budget has been prepared without the Eleventh Five-Year Development Plan, CHP Bursa Deputy Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu said, “Unfortunately, the development plan was not prepared during the Republican history and according to what the budget law was prepared accordingly. we do not know that a budget law has been prepared. Mr. Minister, in your presentation, you say, 'Our country has become the 190rd among 43 countries in the Ease of Doing Business Index.' This does not mean that our country is in a good position and investments will increase. Why doesn't he come? It was mentioned a while ago, and I would like to emphasize especially as a lawyer: While in the Rule of Law Index, it has fallen to 113th place among 101 countries, while these debates about Atatürk's heritage have been brought to the agenda, While it can be done very easily and against the legislation, provide as much work convenience as you want, remove all the procedures, make sure that there is no investment in this country unless we provide it. For this reason, first of all, democracy, common mind and the rule of law should be made dominant. I wish we could put this measure on this presentation, if we could see that we had progressed on the Rule of Law Index, then we would be really proud. ” said.

Altaca Kayışoğlu also pointed out the expectations of the industrialists in the negotiations on the budget of the Ministry of Industry and Technology.

Our industrialists also have expectations. Industrialists say: 'A restructuring takes place every few months and we, as people who pay our taxes and premiums on time, feel punished; We do not receive any positive encouragement or support in this regard. Again, our industrialists are waiting for the payment of their accumulated and legally entitled VAT, and they want these rights to be given during this crisis; They have VAT receivables that they have not received for a long time. Third: They say that there is confusion about the lease contracts converted into Turkish lira, that there is uncertainty and that they often have problems in this regard. Reminding that the AKP, which has been in power since 2002, described Turkey as a project dump in the first years, CHP Bursa Deputy Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu concluded her views on the budget of the Ministry of Industry and Technology with the following words: “Today, these projects have become mountains beyond just a dump. To give an example, the auto test center that should have been built in Bursa Yenişehir in 2013 has not been built yet, no steps have been taken. Bursa-Ankara High Speed ​​​​Train Project, the foundation of which was laid in 2012 and promised to be completed in 2016, almost started to decay. There are many projects like this. Unfortunately, Bursa is also very victimized in this regard. – Bursadatoday

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