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Taxi strike over lack of ranks at Limassol Marina

THE association of Limassol taxi drivers has announced a three-day warning strike from 7 to 11 pm this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, coupled with a protest to be staged at the entrance and exit of the Limassol marina.

In a statement, the association said that the strike is only a warning and an initial measure against the marina’s administrators to “alow, at their own discretion, a number of taxis to park within the marina.”

According to the association, the administrators’ decision contradicts the Limassol municipality’s decision to grant a public taxi stands at the entry of the marina.

Describing the administrators’ decision “illegal and conducive to unfair competition,” the association warned with escalating its retaliatory measures if the decision is not rescinded.

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