Spain - Metro workers hold three-day strike - May 31, 2016

Madrid metro workers concluded to hold a three-day strike, including partial interruptions in the transport service, to demand a new collective agreement. According to the sectoral trade union organisations, the call for strike took place after 27 meetings and six months of negotiations, in which there was no progress regarding future employment contracts. The six unions involved in the negotiations said the company intends to increase the working hours without a salary increase.

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