Cyprus -24 hour strike of potato packers -April 18, 2012

Around 100 potato packers in Larnaca, Vrysoules and Liopetri protested with a 24-hour strike against wage and benefits cuts. The cuts could go up to 22%. There was also a protest against undeclared labour and social dumping through the abuse of foreign labour with little legal protection and poor wages. The unions warned that unless demands were met further strike action would be proceeded.



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