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ILO SAID STOP ALL LEGAL PROBLEMS

ILO Governing Body: “Closure of Trade Unions and Dismissal of Workers Violate ILO Conventions”

Having adopted the reports of the committees that reviewed the representation of Aksiyon-Is, ILO Governing Body requested that “a full, independent and impartial review be made with regard to all those workers who suffered from reprisals and retaliatory acts for their membership in the dissolved unions”

 

Source of news

https://www.ilo.org/ankara/news/WCMS_785227/lang--en/index.htm

and https://www.sendikalhaklar.com/ilo_karari/

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İNFRİNGEMENT DECİSİON FOR TURKEY FRON ECHR

The ECHR ruled that the applicants' union rights were violated upon the application made by a group of unionists from Adana. Unionists were awarded compensation.

European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), because they participate in Adana action and strikes relating to the application of trade unionists sentenced to administrative fines Turkey has decided to pay compensation to the state.

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Warning letter from United Nations to Albania

The United Nations has warned the Albanian Government to Selami Simsek's extradition to Turkey.

The United Nations Human Rights Council, the Albanian Government Services Movement volunteers sent back to Turkey illegally on the "Emergency" sent a letter to the code.

In a letter to the UN in Albania, the person alleged to be linked to the Service if extradited to Turkey, he said the Selami Şimşek may be exposed to a variety of lawlessness.

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A GREAT DİSAPPOİNTMENT

Turkish ruling parties have decided to “deliberately expose the lives of those whom they consider political opponents to the risk of the deadly COVID 19”, warn MEPs.

European Parliament standing rapporteur on Turkey, Nacho Sánchez Amor (S&D, ES), and Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee, Sergey Lagodinsky (Greens/EFA, DE), said:

"The legal amendments by the Turkish Parliament allowing the release of 90.000 prisoners, but excluding those imprisoned for their political activities and citizens in pre-trial detention, is a great disappointment. We had hoped that the Turkish Parliament would adopt a fair, responsible and non-discriminatory law that would save lives from being lost in overcrowded Turkish prisons. Such a law is needed, especially for those unjustly detained and imprisoned for political reasons. Instead, the Turkish ruling parties have decided to deliberately expose the lives of journalists, human rights defenders and those whom they deem to be political opponents to the risk of the deadly disease COVID 19.

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