Antisocial culture

Strikes called for political reasons aren’t rare. But that attempted by Public Employment Service workers because they oppose legislation aimed at clearing its registers of bogus out-of-work Greeks who abuse precious resources is rather unprecedented.

It reveals how a twisted culture of perceived state ownership still survives in certain pockets of the public sector, a culture that has already cost society too much.

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