Cyprus - Port pilots stage two-hour strike - May 31, 2016

Port pilots at Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) organised a two-hour work stoppage on 17 May. They protested against the disciplinary actions taken by the CPA board against one of their colleagues, a chief accountant at the CPA, who is also the head of port workers’ union SYALK. In an announcement, SYALK said that the document justifying the disciplinary action launched against its chairman by the CPA board is unfair. The CPA charges are labelled ‘undocumented’ and the union demands to put an end to the victimisation.


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