Unattached driving instructors and petrochemical industry workers in protest

Yesterday, the unattached driving instructors organised a spontaneous action in front of the Finance Ministry, protesting the new rules making it mandatory that they should be in a contractual arrangement with a driving school, informs. A considerable part of their fees would thus be retained by the schools. Representatives of the Federation of Free Unions in the Chemical and Petrochemical industries – FSLCP –protested in front of the Government yesterday, urging the extension of the provisions of Law 332/2010 until March 31, 2011, said Achile Dutu, FSLCP President. Under the law, economic operators processing methane gas are entitled to procure cheaper locally produced gas

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