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General strike of public servants from July 2nd on 29/06/2012 | 09:36:44

Civil servantsí unions jointly assessed on June 27th the general situation of civil servants and confirmed as a result the beginning of a general strike as a warning to the ruling power. From July 2nd on, the administration is likely to fail from working the normal way. The will of the transitional power is being more and more challenged and its trick deemed to divide the rising front, proving to be useless.

Since the year 2009 and the beginning of the transition, civil servants’ strikes have repeatedly been expressing various claims on end to a ruling power playing a deaf ear to their claims. The armed forces however, immediately got whatever they wanted. This fact became a significant cause of frustration among civil servants who now decided to join forces and strike. Each and every ministry is bound to respond. The general strike will become the civil servants’ opportunity to make their indignation clear.


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