Union leader Kubilay Özkıraç said that union members had cut power to the ministry which was obliged to use generator power for two hours.
However, the Chairman of Kib-Tek’s board of directors Erdal Onurhan decided to have the power supply reconnected to the ministry despite non-payment of its debt.
The El-Sen union leader said that that Kib-Tek had acted illegally and charged the Board of Director’s chief with failing his duties. The union claims that the finance ministry owes Kib-Tek 100 million TL. This figure is disputed by the government.
In the meantime, a statement about the legal action was issued by Kib-Tek Board of Director’s, president Erdal Onurhan, said that a criminal complaint had been filed with the police about the employees who made the power cut and announced that an investigation will be opened within power company.