Ireland - Ongoing Luas dispute may trigger Labour Court intervention - May 31, 2016

The Labour Court is to explore the scope for intervention in the Luas dispute, which has led to tram services being disrupted on 12 days. The Labour Court has asked the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) and Luas operator Transdev to brief it on the dispute. On the basis of these appraisals, the court will determine whether there is scope for it to intervene in the ongoing dispute. Meanwhile, no decision had been taken by the trade union Siptu to hold a ballot for an all-out strike at the Dublin light rail system.

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