Associate professor, fired by president Erdoğan, dies while working at a construction site

The fired academicians are banned form working for the universities, ever. Many TA’s, teachers, professors and associate professors were forced to either flee the country or to work as waiters, paper collectors, or as a construction help like Professor Çamaş. He found work in Samsun district, mixing cement, to make ends meet. Professor Çamaş was working yesterday at the construction site when a lift gave way and tons of steel beams fell on Çamaş. He lost his life on the scene.

Associate professor, fired by president Erdoğan, dies while working at a construction site

Mustafa Çamaş was a bio-engineering expert. He was an academician, an associate professor with a doctorate degree, working at the Munzur University in Tunceli, Dersim in Kurdish, four years ago.

He did not plagiarize like the top two appointees of the president Erdoğan has done. He did not cozy up to the corrupt AKP ruling party and beg for a position, an extra paycheck, or an illegal but rampant appointment to head businesses or foundations.

He did not join the herds of academicians who did not rise up and accepted the criminal war Turkey entered on behalf of NATO against Syria. In short, he did not bend his head and submit to corruption.

On September 1, 2016 he was fired from his position with a presidential decree.

Using the July 15th coup that happened in very suspicious circumstances involving many very close friends and officials of the president himself, a gleeful president Erdoğan collected all powers of the government in his own hands and is now unchallenged when he hires, fires officials, teachers, university chancellors, Central Bank presidents. Very recently, using his all-reaching powers, single handedly and with no warning or even a discussion, he annulled an agreement made to protect women from violence one night.

Using his powers, Erdoğan has fired thousands of academicians and teachers who did not show loyalty to him personally or to his ruling party. Professor Mustafa Çamaş was one of them.

The fired academicians are banned form working for the universities, ever. Many TA’s, teachers, professors and associate professors were forced to either flee the country or to work as waiters, paper collectors, or as a construction help like Professor Çamaş.

He found work in Samsun district, mixing cement, to make ends meet.

Professor Çamaş was working yesterday at the construction site when a lift gave way and tons of steel beams fell on Çamaş. He lost his life on the scene.

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