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Unions Threaten to Step Up Strike

Ljubljana, 28 September - Public sector trade unions said they would consider stepping up their industrial action after the government offered them nothing new as the sides met for the first time a day after the biggest strike in the Slovenian public sector got under way on Monday.

Ljubljana
The first meeting of the government and the public sector trade unions after the biggest industrial action in the Slovenian public sector to date.
Pictured: Head of the public sector strike committee Dusan Miscevic
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
The first meeting of the government and the public sector trade unions after the biggest industrial action in the Slovenian public sector to date.
Pictured: Janez Posedi, the representative of 23 public sector trade unions which have not agreed to the government-proposed pay freeze.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Government Secretary General Helena Kamnar, who represents the government in talks with the unions, (right) meeting head of the public sector strike committee Dusan Miscevic.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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