Serbia -Massive care workers protest against austerity -November 05, 2014

Tens of thousands of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and medical staff launched a one-day strike against the government‘s austerity measures. Medical trade unions representing some 80% of more than 160,000 employees called the work stoppage in protest at a planned 10% cut in all wages paid from the state budget.

Tens of thousands of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and medical staff launched a one-day strike against the government‘s austerity measures. Medical trade unions representing some 80% of more than 160,000 employees called the work stoppage in protest at a planned 10% cut in all wages paid from the state budget. The strike followed work stoppages in several other sectors over pay and salary cuts.

English: http://en.europeonline-magazine.eu/thousands-of-serbian-health-care-workers ...  


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