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Greece’s Communist Party: Abolition of so-Called “Emergency” anti-Labour Measures Now

ATHENS – "Today, the day of nationwide action in places of work, we unite our voice with the voice of the workers that continue to claim their rights and measures to protect their health, with the workers who shout: 'we have paid dearly, we will not pay again', "stated Communist Party of Greece (KKE) leader Dimitris Koutsoumbas on Tuesday, underlining that "we demand the abolition of the so-called 'emergency' anti-labour measures that were passed with Legislative Acts during the pandemic to once again place the burden of the crisis on the people".

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