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Strike Wednesday on Limassol buses

WORKERS at Limassol’s bus company (EMEL) will stage a 24-hour strike on Wednesday because they did not receive their entire salary for March.
Unions said they were saddened to announce for umpteenth time that they were going on strike to claim the workers’ self-evident rights.
“It is neither our desire, nor our objective to create problems to the public,” the unions said in a statement.
They said measures would be lifted if the company paid the salaries.
Workers will gather at the old hospital bus station where they will decide on further strike measures if their demand is not met.

 

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