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Unions to Fight Hard for Workers' Rights in 2011

Ljubljana, 3 January - Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, ZSSS, has announced a relentless fight for workers' rights in 2011 and all-out action to prevent the mini jobs act and pension reform from being put into force.

Ljubljana.
Slovenia's biggest trade unions confederation (ZSSS) present their expectations for 2011 at a press conference.
From left to right: ZSSS executive secretary Marjan Urbanc, ZSSS executive secretary Lucka Bohm, ZSSS secretary Milan Utrosa, ZSSS president Dusan Semolic, ZSSS executive secretary Ladislav Rozic and ZSSS executive secretary Andrej Zorko.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
Slovenia's biggest trade unions confederation (ZSSS) present their expectations for 2011 at a press conference.
ZSSS president Dusan Semolic.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
Slovenia's biggest trade unions confederation (ZSSS) present their expectations for 2011 at a press conference.
From left to right: ZSSS executive secretary Marjan Urbanc, ZSSS executive secretary Lucka Bohm, ZSSS secretary Milan Utrosa, ZSSS president Dusan Semolic, ZSSS executive secretary Ladislav Rozic and ZSSS executive secretary Andrej Zorko.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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