Staff suing Turkish central bank over Istanbul move, says report

The Turkish central bank's Ankara headquarters

Employees of Turkey’s central bank are taking legal action against the management after being ordered to move cities to Istanbul, says a national TV channel.

Governor Şahap Kavcıoğlu told central bank staff by email that they would move to Istanbul from June to September, Halk TV reported. The article said that some staff had begun legal proceedings against the central bank to block the move.

Halk TV said that the new headquarters in Istanbul’s Ataşehir district was still far from complete and

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