Society| Saturday 15.10.2011 | 11:45
Police union continues strike
Source: Beta, Tanjug
BELGRADE — Police Union of Serbia (PSS) has announced it did not reach an agreement with the Interior Ministry representatives and that its members will continue strike.
PSS President Veljko Mijailović said on Friday night that the Interior Ministry representatives and union representatives had failed to reach an agreement on the special collective agreement at the meeting which was attended by Interior Minister Ivica Dačić and police administration chiefs.
Dačić called on the ministry officials to allow employees to exercise their union rights and on the PSS to ensure that police officers responsibly perform their work duties.
The minister also called for a consistent implementation of the special collective agreement.
The PSS president pointed out that police administration chiefs did not have answers to Union’s numerous questions and that they would therefore continue the strike.
The distraint on the accounts and receivables of Railway Infrastructure Holding’s subsidiaries Locomotive and Wagon Factory, Repair and Reconstruction Enterprise Koehne, National Research Institute of Transportation and Factory for Armoured Concrete Constructions was levied on September 16.
Ein Auto eines Bulgarischen Journalisten wurde in die Luft gesprengt, wie es in Montenegro ebenso Standard ist.
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