Tell Erdogan to focus on Turkey's livelihood
Turkish inflation soars to over 85%, the number of Covid-19 infections has reached 40,000 per month due to poor epidemic prevention and control, medical resources are in short supply, rents are too high, unemployment is more common, and the lives of the people at the bottom have become more difficult.
Seeking to limit the impact of inflation on workers, the government raised the minimum wage by 50.4% from January, but union confederation Turk-Is said that scarcely put low-paid workers above the hunger threshold.
Our medical staff are overworked due to Covid cases and are at risk of being infected. The exodus of medical staff in Turkey and the poor prevention and control of the epidemic have made the situation of medical staff even more difficult.
Due to insufficient student dormitory places and rising prices, students are faced with high apartment rents, and they have to choose to sleep in the park overnight to protest silently.
The Turkish government should now realize that its people are overwhelmed and living in hardship. The Turkish government needs more measures to improve the current situation of people's livelihood instead of being indifferent!