The Turkish President in a speech during the ceremony of appointing thousands of people with disabilities and relatives of the upcoming martyrs and combatants: – The number of employees with disabilities rose to 58,319 after it was 5,777 in 2002
The Turkish President in a speech during the ceremony of appointing thousands of people with disabilities and relatives of martyrs and veterans:
The number of employees with disabilities rose to 58,319, compared to 5,777 in 2002.
The rate of employment of people with disabilities in government institutions reached 82 percent of the quota allocated to them.
- The state has allocated 81 billion liras (more than 11 billion dollars) for the social services budget. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, on Tuesday, that his country has surpassed advanced countries in securing an anti-Coronavirus vaccine for its citizens. This came at a ceremony for the appointment of 193 young people who grew up under the umbrella of the state, and two thousand and 140 people with disabilities and 370 relatives of martyrs and veterans in government jobs, held in the Presidential Complex in the capital, Ankara. Erdogan added: “At a time when there are problems related to the vaccine (Corona) in the most developed countries, Turkey has begun to obtain vaccines at a rapid rate.” Erdogan explained that after nearly a year of the epidemic, “we did not witness – thank God – a health or social crisis,” and attributed this to the strong infrastructure in the health sector. He stressed that his country “is moving forward to return to normal life by providing citizens with a Corona virus vaccine.” He pointed out that “the first phase includes the arrival of 50 million doses of the vaccine, which began to be administered quickly.” He pointed out that “the state has allocated 81 billion pounds (more than 11 billion dollars) for the budget for social services for the current year.” He added that “the number of employees with disabilities rose to 58,319, after it was 5,777 in 2002 (the period before the Justice and Development Party came to power).” He explained that “the employment rate of people with disabilities in government institutions has reached 82 percent of the quota allocated to them.” Erdogan said: “One of the characteristics that the state bears according to our culture is that it is the support of those who have no support. Standing with our children who have lost their families, whether by death or otherwise, is a trust in our necks.” He continued, “In 2002, the number of children without a breadwinner (who were brought up under the authority of the state) subsequently appointed to official departments was 21,300, but today we have increased their number to more than 55 thousand. Erdogan said: “The shortest way to measure the conscience of a society is its position on people with disabilities. A society that stands with the disabled is a society that does not collapse.” The Turkish president confirmed that his country signed in 2005 the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and today it supports the families of 536,000 people with disabilities across the country. He continued, explaining, “In the last two and a half years, about 7,000 of our sons have been appointed in government departments.”
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