Çağlayan Cesurer: The problem in Teknecik Power Plant can be solved by withdrawing the law
EL-SEN President Çağlayan Cesurer stated that Aksa technicians from Turkey brought the production to the point of complete completion and stated that the units were at risk and a difficult process was entered. Cesurer emphasized that the problem in Teknecik Power Plant can be solved by withdrawing the Public Procurement (Amendment) Bill. The 17th day of the action initiated by the Cyprus Turkish Electricity Authority Employees Union (EL-SEN) against the Draft Public Procurement (Amendment) Law has been entered.
Caglayan Cesurer, Chairman of the Cyprus Turkish Electricity Authority Employees Union (EL-SEN), participated in the "Morning News" program on Cyprus Post TV, by phone, and made special statements about the action initiated against the Public Procurement (Amendment) Bill.
Cesurer said, "For more than 15 days, our union has been persistently taking action to reduce the bills sent by Kıb-Tek to the citizens and to avoid long contracts with Aksa."
Cesurer stated that they saw that the private companies assigned by Kıb-Tek to intervene in the malfunctions were in the field, but they did not have a life safety, and said, "While one person is dealing with the line, another company is energizing..."
“THE TEKNECİK POWER PLANT WAS OCCUPED BY AKSA AS OF YESTERDAY”
Underlining that they had to withdraw when their employees were also threatened, Cesurer said, "As of yesterday, the Teknecik Power Plant has been occupied by Aksa."
Saying that Aksa personnel from Cesurer Turkey were portrayed as saviors, he said, "They tried to put the transformers into operation in a way that looks like their 'father's property'."
Expressing that great damage was done and continues to be done, Cesurer stated that the machines were tried to be shown as if everything was normal, but he did not even want to think about the extent of the damage to be done in this way.
“THE PEOPLE COMING FROM AKSA LEFT THROUGH THE BACK DOOR IN twilight!”
Saying, "Friends brought from Aksa left the back door at dusk, their reason for leaving is that anything can happen at any moment," Cesurer said, and emphasized that the reason for their departure was to talk as "we did it, the employees blew it up".
“PRODUCTION HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO THE END POINT”
Cesurer said, "They brought the production to the point of complete completion, the units are at risk and we entered a more difficult process to return to..." and noted that this issue can be resolved immediately. Underlining that the law should be withdrawn, Cesurer said, "We warned, our problem is invoices, if an agreement is to be made, it should be with other companies."