The Court Stopped The Execution Of Hes In Kargi

14th, 2011
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The Platform for Saving Saklıkent announced that the execution of HES (Hydroelectric Power Plant) planned to be built on Yanıklar Stream was stopped by 13. Council of State Department. The decision will apply until Muğla Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation District Board completes their investigation.

Fethiye The Platform for Saving Saklıkent had launched a signature campaign against the Hydroelectric Power Plant planned to be built on Yanıklar Stream. 2 thousand 100 signatures were recorded to be collected through the campaign which was carried out in front of Fethiye Municipality Cultural Centre.  It was stated that the contractor firm has already cut 800 trees at the construction site so far, however, 13. Council of State Department has stopped the execution of the construction until Muğla Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation District Board completes their investigation. Platform spokesman Uğur Çaçaron, speaking on behalf of the members of the The Platform for Saving Saklıkent has made a press statement in front of Fethiye Municipality Cultural Centre and said “2 units of electricity production is licensed to construct a HES on Kargı River. As these caused the water to pass into the hands of companies and will result in serious damage around the region, lawsuits filed for the annulment of the projects are still in progress.”

THE EXECUTION WAS STOPPED

Çaçaron continued his words “The trees in the region are Monumental Trees Under Protection Under the Act No. 2863, therefore, all kinds of work in the area of ​​the application was called to halt until  Muğla Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation District Board comes to a final decision.”

Platform Advocate Bora Sarıca said “13. Council of State Department said stop to the lawlessness in the region. There will be declaratory acts on the subject. However, this is a temporary decision. We will keep struggling until the final decision.

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