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October 25, 2021

Week of protests

The auxiliary staff from Justice is today on a two–hour warning strike.

Nearly 10,000 persons are expected, this Thursday, to take part to a protest march organized by National Union Block (BNS) in Bucharest, along the route Muzeul Taranului Roman – Piata Victoriei – Labour Ministry, with stops at Government, Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Labour, as Dumitru Costin informed this Friday. According to Costin, the union members ask for job maintenance, asking for concrete labour programs, securing jobs, as well as accessible prices at the core products.

“We are prepared to provide the government a draft resulting in the creation of 100,000 new jobs,” Costin said, saying that there are segments of the economy which could generate jobs.

Protest actions are also prepared in the extraction area: 10,000 miners from Valea Jiului shall be on warning strike, on Tuesday, May 12. SC Daewoo–Mangalia also scheduled a strike: on Friday, May 15, from 08.00 to 10.00.

The trend is followed also by Agrostar federation union members. They threaten that on next Monday they will block activity in Bucharest with more than 10,000 agricultural equipments. According to Dumitru Costin, the employees of the National Health Insurance House (CNAS) and those from energy collect signatures to organize protests.

The week starts today with the warning strike of the auxiliary staff from Justice during 10.00 to 12.00 “for solidarity reasons” with the union members of Projust.

The protests of the auxiliary staff started one month ago, the main reason for discontent being that the labour collective contract negotiated last December with Justice Ministry was not implemented. Other reasons of discontent were related to the non payment of overdue salary rights.

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