Tunisia’s Union Calls for National Strike

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Tunisia’s Trade Union has called for a National strike on June 16 to demand an increase in wages for State Workers.

A statement issued on Tuesday by the Union Central Committee, rejected the spending cuts proposed by the Country’s President, Kais Saied.

The statement accused Saied’s government of undermining the principle of negotiation and backtracking on previously agreed deals.

Written by: Helen Obih

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