Cyprus -Bus strike in Limassol -September 14, 2012

A planned 24-hour strike by Limassol bus drivers ended Friday morning 14 September. The bus company Emel agreed to pay wages that staff said had owed for two weeks. The work stoppage ended, following a vote by the unions. The strike was a warning of stronger measures to come if the company didn’t pay up.

English:  http://www.cyprusedirectory.com/articleview.aspx?ID=26381

 

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