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Police and customs officers resume protests

The members of the ‘Pro Lex’ National Trade Union of Police and Customs Officers will resume protests on August 17, by participating to the meetings of SNPPC, as they are unhappy with the result of Tuesday’s meeting with Minister Dan Nica, who declared that solving the situation “is beyond his reach,” according to ‘Pro Lex’ sources.


‘Pro Lex’ announced it will resume protests on Monday, together with the National Union of Police Officers and Contract-Based Personnel (SNPPC) because, after the meeting with Minister Dan Nica, the Police officers affiliated with the Union declared themselves unhappy with the ministry’s failure to solve their problems on securing the funds needed for police activity, the payment of the bonus for rent, the beginning of activity in police schools (a solution to the reduction of the personnel deficit), trade union leader Vasile Lincu declared yesterday.


The minister of Administration and the Interior, Dan Nica promised unionists on Tuesday that he will secure the payment of salaries until the end of the year, but the problem of rent allowances will certainly remain unsolved, Lincu added.

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