WEDNESDAY 19TH OF JUNE: WE PARTICIPATE IN THE DEMONSTRATION OF PROTEST IN THE RADIO HALL OF ERT

The Panhellenic Federation of Postal Associations calls for the postal workers to participate in the demonstration of protesting, powered by GSEE, tomorrow, 19th of June, 18.00, outside the Radio-hall of ERT in Agia Paraskevi.

Dear Colleagues,

Everyone has to be there.

All together we must put an end to the non-democratic and illegal governmental policies and practices.

Yesterday's meeting between the leaders of the tri-parties Government not only did not bring any results, on the contrary, it exacerbated the confusion and we got to witness another theatre of the absurd.

Conversations and television statements about transitional forms, transitional function, transitional TV and therefore transitional ... freedom.

Everything in this country is in 'transition'.

The Government refused to comply with the interim decision ordered by the State Council.

The only thing that changed was the colorful bars that replaced the black screen of public television .... in a transitional basis....

The "exercises of the authoritarian power" of the ruling ones continue.

We need to remind them that these practices fail at the very end and they must be sure that all the employees will work on that.

One can not erase within a few hours neither the history of the public broadcasting, or the lives of 2,656 people.

People are not numbers; they are not the pitiful numbers in the unemployment list, which is constantly increasing because some powerful people in the world and their local "servants" have prescribed for us a bleak future.

Dear colleagues,

Our struggle will continue.

We will continue together with all the trade union movement, together with all employees, to defend the public goods, the public property, our rights.

The stakes in this race is the dignity, the right to work, to free speech, the right to life.

This is what we want, this is what we defend and continue to do so.

Outside the Radio-hall a movement begins to grow, there is hope...