Greece - Bus drivers back to work after 10-day strike - May 31, 2017

2,300 employees of the Thessaloniki Urban Transport Organisation returned to work on 24 May 2017, following a 10-day walkout after government officials reassured them they would receive some of their outstanding wages within the day. In a statement, the leader of the trade union said employees had gone back to work but would resume their action if the government fails to honour pledges to pay wages for March and April 2017.

English: http://www.ekathimerini.com/218686/article/ekathimerini/news/thessaloniki ...    

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