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Sat, 12 Jan 2019 10:42 - Updated Sat, 12 Jan 2019 10:41

Luanda Railways' employees call for strike on Monday

Luanda - The employees of Luanda Railways (CFL) upheld on Friday the decision to strike on Monday, a situation that will reduce to two out of 17 the number of daily trains on service.

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Strike to reduce train circulation

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Last Thursday, the trade union met with CFL’ board and representatives of the ministries of Transport Finance and Labor to discuss the 19 demands embroiled in the book complaints.

With decision to strike on Monday, CFL’s workers will only provide minor services.

CFL’s trains provide services to roughly 6,000 commuters of the suburban areas.

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