Railway Workers Strike in Greece

railway workers strike in greece
railway workers strike in greece

Against the New Democracy government's 'Growth Act', railway workers in Athens announced that they will strike 24 hourly.

Employees of the subway, tram, bus and trolleybus in Athens announced that they will participate in an 24-hour strike to protest the New Democracy (ND) government's 'Growth Act' provisions. The strike will take place on Tuesday on the Kifissia-Piraeus urban electric railway (ISAP) and the capital's public transport.

On the same day, ferries and ferries at the port will also be anchored, and maritime workers will not be operating from 6 on Tuesday to 6 on Wednesday.

Greek ferry captains recently announced that they will be on strike. (haber.sol)

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