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October 22, 2021

Three Romanians go on hunger strike in Spain, over being illegally laid-off

Three Romanian citizens – two men and a woman – went on hunger strike a week ago in front of the town hall of Guadalajara, Spain, claiming that the owner of the Breogan company did not pay their salaries for the last months, then fired them, the Federation of Romanian Associations of Europe (FAPERE) announces. According to the Federation, the Romanians were working legally in Spain. Their employer did not pay them the due salaries for several months, then fired them illegally, as the protesters claim. The three were legally employed by the Breogan company, but they were also forced to illegally work for the other three companies controlled by the same owner, Alberto Lopez Armada. The employer owns four security firms, with 80 pc of the staff formed of Romanians.

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