Croatia - Demining workers protest after bargaining fails - August 31, 2016

Around thirty employees of the Mungos demining company hold daily protests in front of the Parliament after strikers did not secure a meeting with the Interior Minister. The strike of the Mungos workers began after the process of collective bargaining stopped and after union demands for higher wages were rejected. The strikers point out that there is enough money since the demining process is financed from both the state budget and EU funds, and about 500 million kuna have been appropriated in 2016 for the demining efforts.

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