“Per capita income has not increased due to the current system”
BURSA - Former Interior Minister Efkan Ala said that the per capita income has not risen too much due to the current system.
3rd Bursa Anatolian Days opened at Merinos Atatürk Congress and Cultural Center Foyer Area by Bursa Provincial Associations Federation (BİLDEF).
Speaking at the opening of the program, former Interior Minister and Bursa deputy Efkan Ala, said that the current system is the loss of national income per capita.
Ala said that the per capita national income has not risen so much because of the lack of stability, “Heavy costs are paid to Turkiye. I would like to share with you the data of the World Data Bank. I would like to share with you the cost of this management system. In 1960, the national income was about $ 550 per person, Spain and Japan were about $ 450. We were about a hundred dollars higher than them. The system we are discussing now is the basic paradigm of this constitution, the basic codes, the original skeleton, was generated with the 1960 coup. Japan's national income is 35 thousand dollars now. Ours is 11 thousand dollars. Why couldn’t we get about 25 thousand dollars difference? Because of this system, because there is not much difference between us and Japan. I am looking at what is not what we have. The difference is the stability. The Political system that provide that stability.”
Saying that the system we are in is costing $ 25,000 to each citizen, Ala argued that the per capita national income would be $ 35,000 if there was a correct system.
Ala continued his conversation as follows: "If political stability is the development, make more liberation to come then we will guarantee it.” (Mustafa Bikeç - ILKHA)