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Ahead of Labour Day, unions urge fair burden-sharing

Ljubljana, 30 April - For the first time after World War II, Labour Day in Slovenia will pass without traditional bonfires, gatherings and reveille tomorrow. Trade unions have called on people to hang out red flags, shirts and flowers from their balconies instead, declaring they will not let workers shoulder the burden of the coronavirus crisis alone.

Ljubljana
No bonfires for Labour Day in Slovenia this year.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA
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Škofije
Italian and Slovenian trade unions meet at the Škofije border crossing ahead of Labour Day.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

Škofije
Italian and Slovenian trade unions meet at the Škofije border crossing ahead of Labour Day.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

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