Erdogan: Minimum wage to rise in July

SHAFAQNA Türkiye – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivered good news about the minimum wage this time around after cutting electricity and natural gas at his party’s group meeting at the Turkish Grand National Assembly. After Erdogan’s statements announcing to the public about a temporary increase in the minimum wage, it became clear that there would be a temporary increase in the minimum wage in July.


President Erdogan put an end to the interim minimum wage debate that has been going on for some time. Erdogan announced today at a meeting of the AKP group in the Assembly that an additional increase in the minimum wage will be made in July. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan officially announced the minimum wage increase in July. Erdogan at a meeting of the party group of the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TBMM) “In July there will be an increase in the minimum wage.” said.

President Erdogan made important statements regarding the agenda at a meeting of the AKP party group. Announcing that the TOGG pre-order has exceeded 177,000, Erdogan said: “This photo shows that our nation has sincerely accepted the first domestic car with its license, design and production. We will receive the first TOGG on Monday.” used phrases. Erdogan announced a 15 percent discount on electricity for all subscribers and a 20 percent discount on natural gas in industry. Declaring that there would be changes in the cabinet after the May 14 elections, Erdogan said: “Our ministers will continue their work in the cabinet after May 14 in parliament. We will assign new names to the Cabinet. said. Answering journalists’ questions, Erdogan said that the minimum wage would be raised in July.


Vedat Bilgin, Minister of Labor and Social Protection, said: “If the downward trend continues, there will be no need to change the minimum wage.”

Minister Bilgin answered journalists’ questions about the agenda before the meeting of the AKP parliamentary group. When asked about the pending temporary increase in the minimum wage, Minister Bilgin said: “As you know, the minimum wage has been announced at 8,500 lira. Inflation is falling. If this downward trend continues in July, there will be no need to revise the minimum wage, but we will revise it in July.”

Speaking at his party’s parliamentary group meeting, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that the minimum wage would be raised in July.

Minister Bilgin asked, “Was the issue of pension regulation discussed in your meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan?” To the question “Looking back in the history of Turkey, we raised the lowest pension to 7,500 liras for the first time. This is a major regulation for the first time in our history and this increase will affect 10 million people.

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