President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan launched the second 100-day action plan at an event at the Presidential Complex in Ankara. Delivering a speech at the event, President Erdoğan evaluated the results of the first 100-day action plan and spoke about how the positive momentum will feed into the actions and projects to be conducted during the second 100-days of his administration.
Erdoğan said that 97 percent of the targets listed in the first 100-day plan has been completed under budget. Some of the projects opened during the first 100-day action plan included the new Istanbul Airport.
President Erdoğan continued by saying that they will ensure the completion of 454 measures worth approximately TRY 24 billion (USD 5 billion) within the scope of the second 100-day plan. One of the projects includes the establishment of career centers at all universities in Turkey to better serve the future business plans of students. Erdoğan also said that the ratio of e-government integration in services offered to citizens, the private sector, and other official institutions will be increased to 95 percent.
President Erdoğan said that within the second 100-day plan, a Financial Stability and Development Committee will be established and that the Turkey Development Fund will be formed in order to boost private capital investments in Turkey.