Railway Workers' Strike Life Stopped in Belgium: There was a work stoppage on the railways in the Walloon region of Belgium. The strike of the railway workers brought life to a halt.
In Belgium, a one-day strike of public servants protesting the new government's pension reform paralyzed transport. Due to the strike, which was also supported by the trade unions, flights, buses and trains stopped.
There was a work stoppage on the railways in the Walloon region of Belgium. The strike of the railway workers brought life to a halt. All Eurostar flights from Brussels were canceled due to a one-day strike. There was also a malfunction in the high-speed train lines operating between Brussels, Paris and London. All flights were canceled at Brussels airport.
Due to the 67-hour strike against the "pension reform" regulations aimed at increasing the retirement age to 24 and gradually increasing the age limit in the country, public transport and postal services have completely stopped throughout the country, while in hospitals, dormitories, schools, municipal services, prisons and nurseries. minimum level of service was provided.
In the early hours of the morning, union activists set up barricades in groups in front of municipalities, schools, bus stops, and other workplaces, enabling all employees to join the strike. Participation in the strike, which will end at 22.00:XNUMX, was particularly successful in the public sector.