Croatia - Teachers demand higher salaries - September 30, 2019

Some 1,500 teachers from all across Croatia held a protest rally to demand higher wages in the education system. Organizers said they had strong support for their demands and that there were just 1,500 of them present because that is the number of persons who can gather in St Mark’s Square, which is where the Croatian government is located. After the speeches, the Prime Minister received the protest organizers to discuss their demands, which is for wages in education to rise by an index of 6.11 per cent.

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