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Protesting marching CEO miners, energy workers expected to reach Bucharest Monday morning

Oltenia Energy Complex (CEO) miners and energy workers who early this week embarked on a protest march of nearly 320 km to Bucharest City against the situation at CEO are expected to reach Bucharest City on Monday morning, Chairman of the SNME National Quarries and Energy trade union federation Dumitru Parvulescu said Sunday.

He added that currently marching toward the capital city are nearly 100 people. On Sunday afternoon they were in Tutu, Dambovita County, and some 40 km away from their destination.

“We have nearly 40 km more to Bucharest. This is the seventh day of the march. We have received a permit to stage a 300-people march in Bucharest City. Around noon, we will meet officials of the Government,” added Parvulescu.

Nearly 50 miners and energy workers of the Oltenia Energy Complex (CEO) on Monday embarked on a protest march from Rovinari to Bucharest City via Craiova to express their dissatisfaction with what they call the indifference of the national officials toward the situation of the company and the national energy system. They were joined on the way by other Jiu Valley colleagues.

The protesting workers are either on a leave or suspended from work.

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