Seamen’s Union calls 48-hour strike

30 November 2016
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Ferries are expected to stay docked in ports across Greece on Friday and Saturday as seamen stage a 48-hour strike in protest at the latest round of cuts to pensions and job insecurity.

PNO has warned of an escalation of action if the left-led government does not address its concerns.

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