Experts, however, say that there are many exaggerated concerns over the ratification of the ILO's core agreement.

Members of the Public Service Commission of the Committee for Improving Labor-Management Relations volunteered to correct the misunderstanding on May 5 at a press conference.

Regarding the argument that "If the government employees' union membership is lifted, no one will be able to turn off the strike even if there is a fire," he said, explaining, "All government employees are prohibited from taking a strike because of the current law on public servants' union."

Concerns over ratification of the ILO's core agreement, which is an international standard, are also being raised due to negative perception of labor unions and a culture of distrust and conflict rather than trust and compromise.

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