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Greek media on 24-hour strike Monday over labor laws, contracts

Unions representing journalists and technical staff at radio stations and TV channels are holding a 24-hour strike from 6 a.m. on Monday to protest the “dismantling” of labor regulations.

The journalists’ unions are also protesting a decision by publishers not to sign a collective contract with their employees.

The actions means there will be no media coverage on Monday and no newspapers on Tuesday.

ekathimerini.com , Sunday September 23, 2012 (22:42)  
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