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November 27, 2021

Protests against intention to privatize Tarom

Tarom employees, members of the National Technical Trade Union (SNT) Tarom, protested yesterday and will continue to protest today, during the company’s Open Doors Day, against the policy imposed by the IMF and the ECB and against the intention to privatize the company, Mediafax informs. The protesters will wear tricolor armbands. The initiative belongs to the SNT, which considers that the company’s 58th anniversary “is overshadowed by dirty political games,” stating that they do not understand why Tarom is on the IMF’s privatization list since the company owes no debts to the state budget. In fact, employees state that the Transport Ministry which devised Tarom’s privatization strategy in 2011 received a red light from the Tripartite Social Dialogue Commission.

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