Response to Mansur Yavaş from the Interior Ministry: He will not be able to harm his dignity

Ministry of Interior, Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality slow mansour“The Ministry of the Interior, which sends an inspector even to gossip, does not even follow up on our documented complaints,” he replied. The statement read: “The public already understands that such unsubstantiated allegations cannot harm the prestige of the Civil Inspection Board in the Turkish administrative system.

The mayor of the metropolis of Ankara, Mansur Yavaş, the day before answered questions from Saygı Öztürk of the newspaper Sözcü; “The Home Office, which sends an inspector even to gossip, doesn’t even follow up on our documented complaints,” he said.

Yavaş said, “We have more than 80 complaints to the prosecutor’s office. An inspector from the Interior Ministry only came for 9 of them.”

Ministry response

Finally, the Interior Ministry responded to statements by Yavaş, who said that the ministry only sent an inspector about 9 of the 80 complaints it filed with the prosecutor’s office. The statement read: “The public already understands that such unsubstantiated allegations cannot harm the prestige of the Civil Inspection Board in the Turkish administrative system. In the said reply, it was alleged that the Bureau of Civil Inspection was under suspicion.

In the response, it was claimed that false statements were made and therefore a statement was necessary to properly inform the public, the following was noted:

“As it is known, investigations and investigations concerning denunciations and complaints of civil servants and other public officials, which are not related to their functions or even if they are related to their functions, can be instructed directly by the General Prosecutor’s Offices without the authorization of any administrative authority. The possibility of opening an investigation for denunciations and complaints within the framework of the law on the trial of civil servants and other public officials is subject to the authorization of the competent authorities specified in this law.

“It can also be done directly with the authorized administrative authorities”

In other words, the Civil Inspection Office and civil inspectors are only concerned with denunciations and complaints that fall within the scope of Law No. 4483. To which authorities and how will denunciations be addressed? and complaints within the framework of Law No. 4483, the decisions to be taken following the investigations or preliminary examinations to be carried out by the administrative authorities on these opinions and complaints, and the legal remedies that may be exercised against these decisions are regulated in detail in the relevant articles of the same law. Indeed, in accordance with Article 4 of Law No. 4483 entitled “Transfer of the incident to the competent authority, notifications and complaints which will not be processed”; These denunciations and complaints may be addressed to the General Prosecutor’s Office as well as to the competent administrative authorities.

“The plaintiff can seize the administrative court of appeal”

Under the terms of the same article, it was specified that in order for denunciations and complaints to be investigated by the public prosecutor’s offices or the competent administrative authorities, the denunciation and complaint must not be of an abstract and general nature, the person or the event must be stated in the notice or complaint, and the allegations must be based on serious findings and documents:

“The denunciations and complaints that do not meet these conditions will not be processed by the General Prosecutor’s Office and the authorities empowered to grant authorization; In accordance with article 9 of the law, the decision of the competent authority whether or not to grant an investigation permit is given to the General Prosecutor’s Office, to the officer or other public official under investigation and the complainant, if any, objects to the decision to authorize an investigation, against the officer or other public official under investigation, against the decision not to grant authorization of investigation or against the decision not to take action made by the public prosecutor or the authorities empowered to grant authorisation. The plaintiff can also appeal to the administrative court.

In other words, the decisions taken by the competent administrative authorities are entirely subject to judicial review. All kinds of notices and complaints, whether received from the Attorney General’s Office or directly to our Ministry, are processed, finalized and communicated to the recipients in accordance with the provisions of the legislation explained above and the court decisions issued. Despite these clear provisions of the legislation and ignoring the fact that these decisions are subject to judicial review, it is not only unfounded to claim that the Bureau of Civil Inspection arbitrarily handles denunciations and complaints, and it is already recognized by the public that such unsubstantiated allegations cannot damage the prestige of the Civil Inspectorate in the Turkish administrative system. »

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