TCDD, Insist on Old Proposal for İZBAN

tcdd is insisting on the old bid for izban
tcdd is insisting on the old bid for izban

TCDD bureaucrats, who met with the managers of the Demiryol-İş Union in connection with the İZBAN strike, asked for the proposal to be accepted.

UniversalAccording to the report, the suburban line between Aliaga-Selcuk, the country's airport-connected, one of the largest urban rail transportation systems in Izmir, the strike 26. TCDD, one of the partners of İZBAN, who remained silent during the strike, met with trade unionists.

President and AKP President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will make tomorrow in Izmir before the publicity meeting TCDD General Manager İsa Apaydın and the delegation of the Ministry of Transport met with İZBAN bureaucrats and Demiryol-İş union managers.

NEW OFFER NOT PROVIDED

At the meeting, bureaucrats, trade unionists received information about the strike, the proposal details given earlier was discussed. Although the meeting created an expectation that a new proposal would be given to the workers, TCDD bureaucrats did not make a new offer. The bureaucrats who claimed to be in favor of the consensus wanted to accept the previously submitted proposal. The unionists informed the workers about the interview. The strike will continue as there is no new offer.

STRIKE 26. DAY

Izmir's public transportation network, the most important transportation network in Izmir Suburban Network (İZBAN) continues to strike. 40 worker 136, who works as a machine operator, technician, technician, station operator, box office worker at the 343 station and 26 kilometer line between Aliağa and Selçuk, has been on strike for days.

WHAT DOES İZBAN WORKER WANT?

While the railroad-job union asked for a percentage increase with 34, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Aziz Kocaoglu offered 19 with a percentage of 26 to 85. In the raise rate of the union, the bonus is to increase the 112 to XNUMX from day one, to increase the social rights, and to pay for the first time.

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