Thu, 24 Jan 2019 12:56 - Updated Thu, 24 Jan 2019 12:56
Luanda Railroad strikers restore minimal services
Luanda - Workers of Luanda Railroad resumed on Tuesday, services with the circulation of a train from Viana - Bungo route, an activity interrupted four days ago, in the context of the general strike.
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Regarding the partial lifting of the strike, the director Luanda Railroad press office, Augusto Osório, confirmed to ANGOP that an agreement has already been reached that allowed the resumption of the minimum services, with the two trains.
While the understanding reached between the parties, on next Friday (25), the work returns to normality, with the replacement of the 17 daily trains.
The workers of the CFL began a general strike for an indefinite period on November 14, as they did not reach a consensus with the company in one of the 19 demands of the strike which is the salary increase of 80 percent.
In addition to the salary issue, the 19-point claim book includes improving of working conditions and updating labor categories.
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