Greek court staff to stage walkouts over shortages

9 January 2016
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Court staff across Greece are to stage daily two-hour work stoppages from Monday until Friday to protest personnel shortages.

The staff will walk off the job between 9 and 11 a.m. each weekday, meaning any court cases being heard at that time will have to be suspended.

The union representing court staff (ODYE) is calling for 690 new personnel to be hired.

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