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Greek Court Rules Trolley Buses Work Stoppage Illegal and Abusive

October 12, 2022

ATHENS – An Athens Court on Wednesday ruled that the four-hour work stoppage announced by workers on Athens trolley buses was found to be illegal and abusive. Therefore, trolley buses will run as normal.

The work stoppage had been announced for Wednesday between 10:00 and 14:00 to demand the immediate signature of a collective labour agreement and the recognition of previous years of experience of newly recruited colleagues.

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