Why doesn’t the Turkish Prime Minister address the situation of the children of bankrupt businessmen who lost their monetary power; why does he ignore them, while declaring mobilization in his country to help Muslim Somalian people suffering from hunger, just to prove to the whole Muslim world that he is the protector of the Muslims. Or is there a belief in Islam that the insolvent, bankrupt persons who lost their assets should have lost also their religion?
Businessmen in Turkey are facing lawsuits for their dud cheques, and for their debts to public and private organizations. According to laws in Turkey, at the end of the trial they are sentenced to jail. They lose their jobs. If you put a person in jail, how can he pay his debts? They not only lose their jobs, but they also lose their families. In our opinion, a person who has committed a financial crime should face an economic punishment. Obviously, this punishment of jail brings a lot of problems with it.
As schools are going to start education soon, most families suffer from being unable to register their children for school. Even though prosecutors seize all of a debtor's property, they are so sadistic that they track the children of the debtor on their way from the school to home in order to spot their home address and put the debtor in jail. Because of this, the children are psychologically harmed and begin to fear going to school. It is so tragic that the lawyers even seize babies’s feeding bottles.They seize the oven, the refrigerator, laptops etc. This is against human rights protocol #4; “No human can be deprived of freedom for their contractual debts.”
These practices must be stopped.