Bus drivers return to work in Thessaloniki after 12 day strike

29 September 2016
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Bus drivers in Thessaloniki decided to end their 12-day strike on Thursday and return to the streets on Thursday morning, during a meeting of their union.

“They found a way to pay us the July wage in our bank accounts and even if they still owe us August and September, we, in a gesture of good will, will take out the busses in the streets”, the president of the union Dimitris Tsermenidis told Athens-Macedonian News Agency.

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