Greece -Government attempts to break seafarers’ strike -February 08, 2013

On 31 January, seafarers went on strike to demand payment of delayed wages and a new law that would weaken union rights. In reaction, the government has implemented a civil mobilisation order, which forces the seafarers back to work. Workers who continue to strike risk being arrested.

English: http://www.itfglobal.org/news-online/index.cfm/newsdetail ...

http://www.equaltimes.org/news/siege-laws-to-end-strikes-in-greece  

 

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