Bus drivers strike for 10th in Thessaloniki, demanding unpaid wages
Thessaloniki bus workers walked off the job for the 10th day in a row on Monday, demanding three months in unpaid wages.
The workers gathered outside the offices of the Thessaloniki urban transport organization (OASTH) to protest.
In comments to the Athens-Macedonia News Agency, the head of the workers’ union Dimitris Tsermenidis said employees have not been paid since July.
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