Airport employees announce five-day strike over privatizations

17 June 2016
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The federation of civil aviation authority associations (OSYPA) has announced a five-day strike next week, which will come into effect at 00:01 on the 20th of June until 23:59 on the 24th of June.

As explained in OSYPA’s statement, the strike has been called over the privatization of 14 regional airports, as well as the unprecedented demand – by the institutions – for the restructuring of the civil aviation authority, when no such demands have been made about other public services.

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