Baby money to be introduced

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    German Sources:
    Link 1: Sinkende Geburtenrate: Erdogan ruft in der Türkei die Babyprämie aus - Nachrichten Politik - Ausland - WELT ONLINE
    Link 2: Bevölkerung: Erdogan will Prämie gegen sinkende Geburtenrate - Ausland - FOCUS Online
    Link 3: factum

    Turkish Prime Minister says: "We are proud of our young population", but population growth has decreased to 1.5%, by year 2038 Turkey could face aging demographic problems like Europe.
    Target is 2.5% population growth to keep young population, so every woman should have 3 children.
    Therefore Baby money will be introduced, allthough not stating any sums in the sources.

    In 2006 was introduced first law.
    1 born child = 6 months payment, each month 177 TL
    Cumulative = 1.062 TL ( 692 $) per child born.
    LINK: Her bebek için Bin YTL süt parasi -- Ekonomi

    Women who work are paid 2/3 of their daily work income, once they born a child:
    LINK: Hürriyet - -Kadýn iþçilere doðum parasý


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    Simple solution, call back the tens of Thousands of Turks who have left and live in places like Germany and the USA.
     

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