Memur-Sen to attend a seminar in Kazakhstan on the theme “Social and Labour Relations in Central Asian Countries”
Memur-Sen Delegation, led by its President Ali Yalçın to attend ILO’s 107th ILC Conference to represent Turkish labour group and to discuss labour questions
Final Declaration Of The Congress On Human, Labour And Global Competition
International Congress on Human, Labour and Global Competition was held in İstanbul
Thousands of people gathered in Kocaeli to celebrate May Day
The third training program on "International Trade Unionism and Social Policy" has started with the inauguration ceremony
Memur-Sen Highlights “Common Voice” for Labour
International Students Leadership Academy
Does ‘enemy table’ scandal reflect the views of NATO?
Both current president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s and founder leader of Turkish Republic Mustafa Kemal Ataturk’s names involvement in NATO's Joint Warfare Centre in Norway where they were depicted on an “enemies chart” is an explicitly expression of their intention.
As Memur-Sen family; stating that such an event will have consequences that cannot be covered over with a‘simple apology’ and we express our strong condemnation.
From this point of view, NATO’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg statement; “The incidents were the result of an individual’s actions and do not reflect the views of NATO.” cannot be covered over with a simple apology.
This is because, it must be considered on this subject if one is able to infiltrate into a structure that moves in each of its direction in a planned way. Likewise, NATO is a security organization. NATO has to question itself at this point. "Saving NATO from Turkey", which is in the headlines of some western media, is already clearly raising our doubts.
They should know that “a lot of water has flowed beneath the bridge.”