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16 October, 2010

Spontaneous Protest Breaks Out Among Government Employees in Hungary

Nine O'Clock: Spontaneous Protest Breaks Out Among Government Employees in Hungary: "Hundreds of employees of the Ministry of Finance, the Labour Ministry, the National Tax Administration Agency (ANAF) offices... as well as pensions’ offices staged, yesterday, a spontaneous protest, dissatisfied with the fact they haven’t been paid financial incentives in August and September, while receiving only a portion of those corresponding to May, June and July.

The first spontaneous protest started at the Finance Ministry and then spread to other institutions. People claim that, in the absence of the bonuses, which, in some cases, may amount to the equivalent of a gross wage, they cannot lead a decent life, given that their wages have already been reduced by 25 percent...

... At the same time, the president of the... Alliance... warned, yesterday, that about 3,000 employees in the public administration may take to the street, in a spontaneous strike which the trade unions will be unable to contain..."


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