Ships to remain docked on Nov. 24 due to seamen’s strike

2 November 2016
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Hellenic Seamen’s federation (PNO) has declared a 24h nationwide strike on Thursday 24 November in protest for the cuts in supplementary pensions, the re-calculation of pensions and the attempted new regulation in the labour relations, which as PNO’s announcement said “can’t be left without response”.
PNO calls on all Greek seamen to fight united in a common front against the devastating memorandum policies that dissolve the labour and social rights.

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