Hungary - Unions denounce violation of right to collective representation - January 31, 2017

Four trade union leaders have been dismissed during the wage negotiation round by the Fővárosi Közterület-fenntartó Nonprofit (FKF) Zrt (Capital Public Domain Maintenance Company). The union representatives demanded a fair wage increase and expressed readiness to resort to strike action due to the dissatisfaction of workers. Trade union confederation MASZSZ considers these dismissals a clear violation of the collective right to represent the interest of the workers in collective bargaining.  

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