Greece - Archaeological guards warn of further strike action - March 31, 2017

A meeting between the trade union representing state guards at the archaeological sites and the culture minister, following the guards’ strike on 20 February 2017, has failed to resolve a pay and contract dispute between the parties. In a statement, the union said that the minister had failed to meet workers’ demands for additional staff and overtime pay. Unionists would meet to decide on further action, the statement said.

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