Greece - Nationwide strike to protest austerity and new wave of reforms - May 31, 2018

 After a call-out by the country’s two biggest trade unions thousands of workers went on strike on 30 May in protest against austerity, high taxes and a new wave of reforms. The GSEE union and its public counterpart, ADEDY, organised the one-day walkout. The walkout disrupted flights and urban transport and knocked out train and ferry services across the country. Journalists also walked off the job, leading to a dearth of news bulletins.

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