Tunisia: Drop By 19 Percent of Lost Working Days Due to Strikes - Social Affairs Ministry

Tunis — The number of lost working days due to strikes and sit-ins dropped by 19% during the first three quarters of the current year, according to the official statistics published on Wednesday by the Social Affairs Ministry.

The main claims of the strikes are the improvement of the working conditions (45%) and wage payment (35%), specifies the same source.

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