Portugal -Lisbon metro strikes again -October 07, 2014

Workers of the Lisbon Metro underground system are to hold the latest in a series of 24-hour strike. The strike is being held to protest against plans to auction off the concession to private investors and consequent erosion of their rights.

Workers of the Lisbon Metro underground system are to hold the latest in a series of 24-hour strike. The strike is being held to protest against plans to auction off the concession to private investors and consequent erosion of their rights. The trade union said it had handed in notice of the strike in what will be the third strike since the start of September, following a long period with no such action.

English: http://www.theportugalnews.com/news/lisbon-metro-workers-to-strike-again ...  

 

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