In Germany, a nationwide strike of transport workers began

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In Germany, a nationwide strike of transport workers began

In Germany, a mass strike of transport workers began, as a result of which the entire transport industry of the country was paralyzed. The strike, which was joined by employees of airports, railway, sea freight, automobile companies, as well as urban public transport, will last 24 hours. German trade unions are demanding more than a 10% wage increase, but employers, including state-owned companies and municipalities, are agreeing to no more than a five percent increase.

Workers at the Deutsche Bahn railway company have completely suspended train traffic, warning that traffic disruptions would be very significant.



Employees at Germany's largest postal service, Deutsche Post, managed to raise the average wage in the industry by 11,5 percent with the help of threats of large-scale strikes. Through intermittent breaks in work, about four million workers in German industrial enterprises achieved an 8,5% increase in wages over the course of two years.

In addition to demands for higher wages, employees of German enterprises express well-founded doubts about the advisability of allocating the government of Chancellor Olaf Scholz to support the Ukrainian army and the Kyiv regime of multi-billion sums from the budget.

The nationwide strike in Germany will continue until 00:00 Tuesday, March 28. With such actions, the leadership of the unions is trying to increase pressure on the federal and local authorities before the third round of negotiations.
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  1. +2
    27 March 2023 11: 34
    The Germans look at the French, you can’t hire Arabs yourself to make the protests incendiary. It will reach Berk faster. It was not for nothing that the EU expressed concern to France about the excessive use of the police. They faltered.
    1. +1
      27 March 2023 11: 38
      Why are they constantly on strike? winked , in the same place everyone lives in chocolate according to liver sausage laughing
      1. -1
        27 March 2023 11: 43
        Well, we all live better, don't we? And there is no reason to strike. And we don’t have crime of unknown nationality, and we have the lowest retirement age in the world, and we have higher incomes and a standard of living laughing
        And these are on strike - as if everything is bad for them in the decaying west.
        1. +1
          27 March 2023 11: 56
          But we have a powerful trade union movement. And to hell with going on strike: Russia is united! Oligarchs and workers kiss on the gums!
          As for Makaron, he did not need to start a solo pension reform, but would have taken an example from our masters and dragged it under the guise, in the shadow of other reforms - you see, and it would have worked.
          1. +2
            27 March 2023 12: 27
            People are fighting for their rights. Trade unions there are not nominal, unlike ours. This is a topic for thought ..
            1. -1
              27 March 2023 14: 04
              Quote from: dmi.pris1
              People are fighting for their rights

              what For whose rights? Yes, I beg you! lol
              1. -1
                29 March 2023 02: 51
                They are fighting for their rights. Beg yourself. When the rights of the Russian proletariat are cut off for 30 years, no one takes to the streets. And they rise. Under the leadership of trade unions.
        2. -1
          27 March 2023 12: 12
          Well, we all live better, don't we? And there is no reason to strike. And we don’t have crime of unknown nationality, and we have the lowest retirement age in the world, and we have higher incomes and a standard of living

          What exactly is keeping you here? Go where it's good.....
      2. +3
        27 March 2023 11: 46
        people began to guess that it was not quite chocolate
        1. +3
          27 March 2023 11: 50
          Quote: EvilCommunist
          it's not really chocolate

          Although the color is the same... No.
      3. 0
        27 March 2023 11: 48
        Berk and AnkaLenka and those who stick to them live in chocolate. They are Germany - especially AnkaLenka.
      4. 0
        27 March 2023 11: 55
        Quote: Black
        And that they are constantly on strike, in the same place everyone lives in chocolate according to liver sausage

        They don't care about the "sausage", the German always strikes, only for an increase in wages, and even then 24 hours.
      5. +4
        27 March 2023 11: 59
        Quote: Black
        everyone lives in chocolate there

        employees of German enterprises express well-founded doubts about the expediency of allocating the government of Chancellor Olaf Scholz to support the Ukrainian army and the Kyiv regime

        Never mind, the Germans just crept in doubt about the Kyiv regime? fool
        I thought the Germans were much smarter.
        1. 0
          27 March 2023 13: 02
          And Estonians also say brake fellow .............
    2. 0
      27 March 2023 12: 05
      Fucking fool around - protests are needed!
      Decisive, strong.
      No "law", no herbivorous measures work on the capitalists.
  2. +2
    27 March 2023 11: 42
    Mass strike of transport workers begins in Germany
    Too bad it's only two days. Scholz and Burbock need to be shaken so that the nights do not sleep, they swallow a sedative and, at least for a while, forget about Kyiv.
    1. 0
      27 March 2023 11: 49
      What 2 days are you talking about?
      Exactly a day they are on strike, all Monday.
      Almost everyone has problems with this strike, even students cannot get to school. Or at number 11, or dad and mom should somehow take it.
      1. +2
        27 March 2023 12: 00
        Quote: Blacksmith 55
        Almost everyone has problems with this strike, even students cannot get to school.

        There is no longer that German who followed the "mad artist" and put the country on his ears, the invaders made pocket cats out of them.
      2. +1
        27 March 2023 12: 01
        Quote: smith 55
        What 2 days are you talking about?
        Exactly a day they are on strike, all Monday.
        Almost everyone has problems with this strike, even students cannot get to school. Or at number 11, or dad and mom should somehow take it.

        Then the government will have to fork out. Ah, this means from the budget, and this entails an increase in taxes ... winked
        In short - Guten morgen, liver hi
  3. +3
    27 March 2023 11: 47
    On the other hand, trade unions do not actually exist in their native country. One title. But on the part of the bourgeoisie (owners of firms and enterprises) there has been a war of 30 years in one gate - gradually the rights of employees are being infringed more and more. And you can’t even go on strike, because they will punish you with a crazy fine or sending them to places not so remote ... Take the sphere of transport. There is a statutory ban on strikes. Trade unions in transport in 99% of cases are on a short footing with directors. You can only fight by writing a letter of resignation of your own free will ...
    1. +2
      27 March 2023 12: 05
      Quote: cast iron
      On the other hand, trade unions do not actually exist in their native country. One name.
      So they are satisfied with everything. They live happily ever after.
      You need to choose ideological and uncompromising fighters who don’t care about all the benefits, preferences, personal apartments, cars, summer cottages ...
  4. +3
    27 March 2023 11: 51
    In Germany, a nationwide strike of transport workers began
    . It is clear that the trade unions had to join the process ...
    The general economic situation is not getting better, the rise in prices, the decline in employment, etc., etc.
    In general, spring/summer can be very hot.
    1. +3
      27 March 2023 12: 10
      Quote: rocket757
      In general, spring/summer can be very hot.

      Hello Victor hi
      It's like looking. There is always something bad, then heat, then rains ... Everything is known in comparison. If you compare, for example, with "Sarmatians" or "Iskaders", then any weather is just lovely laughing
      1. -1
        27 March 2023 13: 10
        Hi Gennady soldier
        If you remember how the adviser from the stripes reminded the Svidomo that they live by no means in Somalia or somewhere else ... everything is known in comparison. The Geyropeans, the Burgher and others, fattened for a long time at someone else's expense, and now the bill has already been presented to them, from different sides, by the way.
        It is unlikely that their life will be sweet, comfortable, as before ... you have to pay for everything, after all!
  5. +1
    27 March 2023 12: 18
    Treba yak at hranzuzev bulo !!!))) 24 hours is not serious!
  6. 0
    27 March 2023 12: 33
    Schmolz and Anka Lenka were not traveling? Oh how!

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