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March 24, 2023

Postal workers ask for Minister Dan Nica’s resignation

The protest meeting in which 1,500 Romanian Post employees took part in Bucharest’s Constitution Square ended without incidents, trade union members announcing that they will continue staging protests on February 28 in Bucharest and outside prefectures throughout the country, Mediafax informs. During the two-hour protest postal workers asked for the resignation of Minister for Informational Society Dan Nica and of the leadership of the Romanian Post. Trade union leaders were told that persons from the Romanian Post’s leadership asked for a list with all the employees that took part in the protest. The Romanian Postal Workers’ Union (SLPR) accuses “the Romania Post’s so-called great experts of incapacity and ill-will” for not coming up with and implementing “not even a single coherent and concrete measure for this company’s sustainable functioning on the Romanian postal services market.”

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