Greek Civil Servants Federation Declares 24h Strike on November 26

November 13, 2020

ATHENS — The Civil Servants Federation (ADEDY) has called a nationwide strike on November 26.

According to its announcement, the union's demands are:

– Effective measures to protect the health of employees in work places and schools

– Mass hirings in the health and welfare sector with integration in the state's planning and no outsourcing of services

– Decongestion of public transport by hiring more staff and requisitioning thousands of private coaches that are currently idle

– Salary increases and restoration of the 13th and 14th salary

– Abstention from any electronic 'pseudovoting" throughout the public sector for the service councils and extension to the terms of the service councils

ADEDY is also demand the immediate withdrawal of a draft law on collective and union activity "which effectively forbids strike action."


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