The Pan-Hellenic Federation of Postal Associations invites all postal workers to massively participate in the 24-hour general strike declared by G.S.E.E., on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 and the Trade Unions’ strike’s concentration on Pedion Areos on 11 a.m.
Everybody in the streets!
Everyone in the strike.
No one has to miss it!
Our fight continues so as to stop the policies that kill us, that put us on the margins of society.
Our struggle continues against the "fiscal adjustments", which violently stow our lives behind barbed wire, eliminate our labor rights and destroy our constitutional ones.
We do not haggle our lives, our dignity.
We will not live with outstretched hands.
We say NO to their Memorandum policies that:
· Violate our rights,
· Eliminate the collective bargaining agreements,
· Cause the tax-bled of all workers and pensioners,
· Slash our salaries and pensions.
They only think the rulers and the enlightened of the IMF and the European nomenclature have achieved is to make our country the “pioneer” on all negative European records.
Unemployment has soared above 27%, with the actual numbers reaching 30%, according to data released from the Greek Statistical Authority and the number of unemployed exceeds 1.35 million
The unemployment in young people has jumped to 61.7%, which means that 6 out of 10 are unable to find work.
NUMBERS are a nightmare, in a nightmarish REALITY.
GREECE OF THE 21ST CENTURY.
And not only their measures did not "save us", on the contrary, they are continuing to sink the Greek economy, as the "status" of the deep recession we are experiencing still continues.
Greece is getting nowhere and its citizens are suffering from the austerity policies.
ALL TOGETHER, WE STRUGGLE FOR OUR COMMON PROBLEMS.
WE SHOULDN’T BE SPECTATORS ANY MORE.
HERE AND NOW FOR DEVELOPMENT POLICIES.
HERE AND NOW WE SHOULD GIVE PRIORITY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE POST.
We should be all together in the strike gathering on Wednesday.
ALL TOGETHER SO AS TO STOP THEM.
Assemble at the Federation’s premises at 10:30 a.m.