Mr. Mustafa Şentop, Speaker of GNAT, said : “these circles has been ignoring the moral dimension of life and economy. In their dirty struggle, they regard the small and medium sized enterprises, tradesmen and industrialists as rivals who should be eliminated and the right to life should not be recognized. They see people as trustees carrying their moneys in their own wallets for a while. When it comes to the economic development, first look at the eyes of the people from Africa to Asia, from Middle East to South America who are subject to the social exclusion even in the countries that come to mind at once and listen to their stories.”
“Then, you will realize once again that the current understanding is really far from producing solutions to the existing problems. Therefore, we should review the basic understanding of the models put forward. We have to create a humanitarian economic system which ranges from the micro level to macro level; protects the rights and law of all economic actors from the individual to the state; leaves no one behind on earth; which the individuals do not suffer from the conflicts of interest between states; and which is shaped on the basis of empathy and equity."