Electricity strike nipped in bud, leaving political loose ends

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: PPC

A standoff between the government and unions over the privatisation of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) looks to be over but a number of political loose ends remain.

After a court ruled the strike by PPC workers illegal on Friday, the coalition issued civil mobilisation orders, essentially threatening the strikers with arrest if they did not return to work. Their union, GENOP-DEI, announced on Sunday that the protes...

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