Ships docked until Friday morning due to seamens’ strike

27 January 2016
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Ships will remain docked until Friday morning at 06:00 following a 48h strike declared by the Hellenic Seamen Federation (PNO) against the government’s reforms in the social security system.

PNO demands the withdrawal of the social security draft law referring to the government’s “intransigent and inflexible stance” and has decided to participate in public sector union employees (GSEE ) 24h strike on February 4.

The Seamen’s Union also warns with escalation of their mobilisations the day the controversial bill will be tabled in parliament.

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