DEVA Party General Leader Ali Babacan said to the retired civil servant, who complained about not being able to fill his shopping bag with his salary while chatting with the shopkeepers in Ankara’s Beypazarı district, “Currently, there is no such thing as living on a pension and a base price. It’s a lot of trouble. “Life is very expensive,” he replied. Babacan said that the health action plan they will announce will be the 11th action plan of the DEVA Party.
ANKARA (IGFA) – DEVA Party General Leader Ali Babacan chatted with the shopkeepers at the market place he went to in Ankara’s Beypazarı district. Babacan, complaining about not being able to fill his shopping bag with his salary, said to the retired officer, “Currently, there is no such thing as living on a pension and a base price. It’s very powerful. Life is very expensive,” he answered.
Babacan said to the pensioner, “The country has no time to lose,” and said, “Unfortunately, it is lost until the election. It is impossible for them to produce an analysis on a random subject until the election. Finished. They don ‘t have a team like that. They scattered them all. They don’t know either. They do not work with those who know. That’s why we created a brand new team. Hopefully, we will demand that basis from our citizens on election day. We will take that reinforcement and walk,” he said.
Talking about his party’s action plans, Babacan stated that they explained the analysis in every field and prepared the team, and said, “We are getting ready for the things to be done so that we need to start working without losing a day after the election . Preparation is needed today.”
DEVA PARTY ANNOUNCES ITS ACTION PLAN ON JUNE 30
Babacan said, “There was some satisfaction in health, but health has also collapsed in recent years,” and announced that they will announce the DEVA Party’s health-related action plan on Thursday, June 30.
The DEVA Party has so far announced action plans in ten other areas. In these action plans, analysis proposals were shared under the headings of agriculture, disaster management, social policies, digital transformation, economic and financial policies, local administrations and urbanism, higher education, decree law, environment and climate change, and fair justice.