Cyprus Mail
Cyprus

Strike suspended as waste collection workers receive assurances

File photo

Refuse collection service workers in Paphos have decided to suspend their 24-hour strike scheduled for next Monday.

This decision came after receiving assurances from the mayor of Paphos Phaedonas Phaedonos during a meeting held on Wednesday with representatives of labour unions Sek, Peo and Deok.

According to a statement issued by the unions, “the mayor of Paphos assured that next Monday the municipal council will decide on the purchase of two garbage trucks as provided for in the municipality’s budget for 2023.”

The statement also added that Phaedonos gave clear instructions to increase the staffing of the service and that one-man teams will not be allowed anymore.

Follow the Cyprus Mail on Google News

Related Posts

Deputy ministry for migration faces legal and staffing challenges

Nikolaos Prakas

Sports ethics committee reviews match fixing red notice findings

Jonathan Shkurko

Christodoulides warns of veto on foreclosure bills

Elias Hazou

Govt’s U-turn on National Cancer Institute praised by MPs

Andria Kades

Italian Tenors present A Touch of Christmas

Eleni Philippou

Cyprus’ aviation challenges highlighted by Flight Safety Foundation

Jonathan Shkurko