HDP’S municipality was protested in Bitlis


HDP’S municipality was protested in Bitlis

Added date : 2016-01-01 12:23

BITLIS - Due to not giving work permit for call Center Company, the company’s staff protested the HDP’s municipality.

HDP’S municipality was protested in Bitlis

Gathering in front of ‘Plus Telekom business center’ a group of approximately 100 people arranged demonstrations to walk HDP municipality and demanded to meet the co-mayors.

Group gathered in front of the municipality and protested the municipality by applause and whistles due to the co-presidents didn’t accept their request of meeting.

On top of that, some officials from HDP’s municipality have spoken to the group and tried to convince them by saying that the co-presidents were in the municipal building.

Reacting to officials saying “municipality, belongs to citizens” people in group said: “If the municipality belongs to citizens why they don’t make things simple for citizens then? If the municipality belongs to people than president of people should come here.”

The municipal officials warned people by saying: “Don’t provoke people”

Giving information in the interview Plus Telekom official Bakır Geldegül said: “Our aim is to protect our rights. We have 550 staff. Because of our number have increased there is no enough space in our office anymore. That s why we have built a new building in somewhere else.  We have walked to municipality from our office and protested the municipality because they didn’t give permit to us. We have decided to walk to municipality building every day until the municipality solves our problem. We are ending our protest for now just because we don’t want our staff here not to get sick and have health problems.” (ILKHA)

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