This week, the Turkish Parliament will convene on Monday to further discuss 150 articles, an omnibus bill that includes amendments to improve the rights of miners. The Assembly began discussing the omnibus bill on July 15, and so far, 83 articles out of 150 were accepted. The bill regulates the weekly working hours of miners to a maximum of 36 hours, reduces the retirement age for mine workers from 55 to 50, and lowers their working hours from eight hours to six hours. The bill will restructure unpaid customs duties, fines, social security debts and taxes, and also allow the Ministry of Education to assign 36,000 new teachers before the end of this year.
The General Assembly this week is expected to continue its work until late at night to finish ratification of the bills. If the Assembly will not complete ratification of the omnibus bill until Friday evening, they will recess, and not work until Tuesday, Aug. 12, due to the presidential election that will be held this weekend.
The Turkish Parliament is expected to ratify the bills on its agenda before Aug. 14 when the Parliament is scheduled to take its summer recess.
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