Abdullah Peker, Chairman of the Transport and Railway Employees Rights Union, made a press release on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Udem Hak-Sen.
Udem Hak-Sen President Abdullah Pekerin's statement is as follows; “Our Union, which has been operating in the transportation service branch of Haksen confederation, which I have been serving as the General President of Honor for two terms, is a non-governmental organization that has been in favor of the indivisible integrity of the country and the unity and unity of the society and always intervenes directly with the problems of the members besides the employees.
The Union of Transport and Railway Employees is not a structure that says yes or no to everything for the benefit relationship, as most trade union organizations adopt, without attempting to engage in bureaucratic affairs such as acting with parties, making room to own office or using unionism in this direction, becoming a member of parliament. ; any officer, worker, private company personnel who are not behind any political party; It is a trade union that treats all parties (except dividers) with equal distance to all non-governmental organizations, regardless of language, race, color, gender, political thought, philosophical belief, religion and sect.
Since its establishment, our union has been advocating trade union rights and union rights, aiming to improve the work order of the civil servants, and seeking solutions to the problems positively within the framework of the rights given by the Union Law No. 4688. takes into consideration the requests, complaints, suggestions and wishes of our colleagues working only in public institutions and organizations.
It is obvious that Trade Unionism in our country is included in both financial gain and political seat accounts. We will never allow the concept of union to move away from its real meaning, and the fact that the union concept stands by the employees is owed to the existence of the officer.
Instead of designing the lifestyles and preferences of individuals and societies and forming a uniform group of members, they will continue their way without making any distinction respecting the preferences of individuals and considering diversity as wealth.
Udem Hak-Sen's efforts to seek projects and rights are obvious. The best indicator of this is the establishment of Himer, the Unfair Monitoring Center, and bringing up the problems arising as a result of urban planning, and providing solutions such as Light Rail System Projects.
Chairman of Rights and Transport Employees Rights Union