Spain - Garbage strike at Barcelona airport - January 01, 2017

Cleaning personnel of Barcelona's El Prat Airport went on strike, protesting against a change in work schedules and cut in leave days. Earlier on, the airport concluded a low-priced contract with operator company Valoriza. The strike has ended, but the workers threatened to resume the strike if there is no progress in negotiations. However, the conflict was solved after Valoriza accepted several union demands.

English: http://www.ccoo.cat/aspnet/noticia ...  

http://www.straitstimes.com/world/europe/barcelona-airport-heaped-with-rubbish ...    

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