Romanian railway workers protest privatization (Video)

Romanian railway workers protested privatization: in Romania, railway workers protested the privatization of the institution's freight transport division and poor working conditions in the capital, Bucharest.

Following the privatization of the 200 millimeter, a third of the 11 thousand employees are scheduled to be laid off. Workers who reacted to this situation shouted slogans against the government during a demonstration in Victoria Square, where the government building was located. Placed banners kurtar (Prime Minister Victor) Ponta come back to our rights har, ”Railways = ruin“, Victor Save the railways Aç slogans took place. A general strike was threatened in the speeches.

A 250 trainee, who told the family that 4 was a family member, said, geç Our reason for coming here is the privatization and poor working conditions. Due to the crisis, one of our government salaries was cut at 4. Our domestic transportation subscribers benefited from our transportation. We want to give back the rights received from us. Haklar

Activists who tried to make their voices heard by the government were protected from heat by interesting methods.

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