Croatia -Teachers’ strike ends without result -October 04, 2015

Teachers at schools and universities have gone back to work, despite none of their demands having been met by the government. Teachers in primary schools, secondary education and universities went on strike demanding higher pay. High school teachers held out for one week, with primary schools and universities ending actions a few days before that. The strike did not achieve its goal, which one trade union leader said was because of ill timing. The unions have announced to re-table their demands in thirty days, but refuse to speculate on the possibility of another strike.


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