Strikes, stoppages and protests have been planned for Monday against the multi-bill that will be presented to the Greek Parliament in the evening. The Confederation of Greek Civil Servants’ Trade Unions (ADEDY) has called on a demonstration at noon, at Klafthmonos Square, and a march to the Parliament. On their part, the Centre of Athens Labor Unions (EKA) and the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) have called on a demonstration at Syntagma Square at 17:00, while Trade Union Front PAME will protest at Omonoia Square at 18:00.
Employees in all public transport media participate also in the 24-hour strike. Air traffic controllers have announced a three-hour stoppage and as a result, there will be no flights to and from Greek airports from 12:00 until 15:00, while flight schedules will also be amended. In addition, the presidents of Greece’s Bar Associations have decided to abstain from their duties, except for the Athens Bar Association that has announced that it will not participate in the abstention.
Translation: Eleni Gogou