Tunisia: Two Labour Union Negotiators Evoke 'Signs of Appeasement' to Crisis Provoked By General Strike Warning
11 December 2012
Kasbah — Two Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) negotiators evoked, on Tuesday, "signs of appeasement" to the crisis provoked following the warning of the general strike launched by the most important trade union organisation in the country.
A delegation of the UGTT executive bureau participates with a governmental delegation in the negotiation meeting held presently in the Prime Ministry's premises to examine the situation following the call to the general strike launched by UGTT for next Thursday.
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