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Thessaloniki bus drivers go on strike Monday over back pay

There will be no buses in Thessaloniki from Monday due to a strike until further notice by drivers at the local public transport company, OASTH, who say they have not been paid in more than a month.

OASTH employees’ representative Dimitris Tsermenidis said that the drivers have not been paid for 45 days and that the company is owed some 130 million euros by the state.

ekathimerini.com , Friday Jul 11, 2014 (19:32)  
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