Zeki Ceyhan: "What's said, what's done?"

Zeki Ceyhan: "Whats said, whats done?"
Date: 30.7.2021 17:00

Milli Gazete columnist Zeki Ceyhan writes on Turkish politics. Here is the full article.

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One of the biggest dilemmas of ruling party is the difference between what they say and what they do!
Sometimes the difference is so great that what is done becomes the opposite of what is said.
For example, if you look at what is said, you would think that the government has made "horizontal architecture" dominant in the country.
But when you take your eyes off what the government says and look at what has been done, you see that the country has been transformed into a "field of skyscraper".
In other words, although the word "horizontal architecture" does not fall into their language, the picture that emerges is the opposite and consists entirely of "vertical architecture"!
This picture must be bothering them as well, as they now say that they need to draw a "new path".
Why is there a need to chart a new path? Of course, it is heard that the path they follow is not a healthy one!
If you can't give up the "vertical architecture" by saying "horizontal architecture", try to draw a "new path" for yourself as much as you want.
What changes!
Neither vertical architecture can be abandoned, nor building houses on stream beds!
After the flood disasters in Rize and Artvin, the spokespersons of the government felt the need to call out to the citizens, "Please don't build five-storey ten-storey buildings."
But we saw that after such flood disasters, houses are being built again in the same places.
As well as five-storey ten-storey residences.
As long as this inconsistency between what is said and what is done does not come to an end, it is not possible for us to get rid of witnessing these paintings.
First, the government has to tidy up its discourses!
He has to ensure that whatever he says is done!
We have no doubt that something was said with good intentions.
However, some people must not take these things into consideration, because as a result, we come face to face with the opposite actions.
In other words, there must be a miscommunication between the upper staff of the government and the executive cadres below.
The top staff calls it "horizontal architecture".
The lower staff does not give up on the “vertical architecture”.
In other words, they can't give up.
Because the rent due to "vertical architecture" is so sweet that the orders and directives of the upper staff are not taken into account at all.
The lower executive cadres of the government continue to read what they know despite the directives of the upper cadres.


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