Bulgaria - Police wants pay increases - September 30, 2017

The police went on a protest, with the trade unions demanding for police wages to increase from 1 February. According to experts, this will require 70 million euro, which the Ministry does not have. The trade union representing officials from the Ministry of Interior will hold a briefing to the National Assembly asking for efficiency and security. Policemen are also protesting because of the problems in the Fire Departments and the negative trend in the institution, which will lead to even more serious troubles, as well as the lack of real social dialogue in the Ministry of Interior. The briefing will be followed by an official demonstration taken place at the Narodno Sabranie Square.

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