33RD PANHELLENIC CONGRESS

THE PRESIDENT AND THE MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DURING OUR 33RD CONVENTION

14/11/2014
THE PRESIDENT AND THE MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DURING OUR 33RD CONVENTION
 

OUR CONGRESS THROUTH PHOTOS

28/11/2014
OUR CONGRESS THROUTH PHOTOS
 

THE PARTIES' REPRESENTATIVES IN THE 33RD POST'S CONGRESS

14/11/2014
THE PARTIES' REPRESENTATIVES IN THE 33RD POST'S CONGRESS
 

ELECTION RESULTS OF THE 33RD CONVENTION OF POST

6/11/2014
ELECTION RESULTS OF THE 33RD CONVENTION OF POST
During the last three years, our members – the 49 Primary Level Unions – have been conducting voting procedures in compliance with the provisions of the statutes of POST, which resulted in the election of their representatives in the Convention.

6827 of our colleagues took part in these voting procedures.

The elections took place immediately after the conclusion of the works of the 33rd Convention of POST and the representatives of the Primary Level Unions voted to elect the new members of all administrative bodies of our Federation.
 

RESOLUTION OF THE 33RD CONVENTION OF POST

6/11/2014
RESOLUTION OF THE 33RD CONVENTION OF POST
Colleagues,

POST's 33rd Convention concluded with a unanimous resolution of the Hellenic Post employees.

We hereby present the text of our Convention's resolution:

 

THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS OF POST'S 33rd CONVENTION

4/11/2014
THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS OF POST'S 33rd CONVENTION
The 33rd Convention of POST, which took place in the island of Rhodes from 20 October to 1 November 2014, was successfully concluded. During its works the participants drew up a report on the progress of the previous term and elected the Federation's new Executive Committee and other administrative bodies.

The Convention was attended by elected representatives from all over Greece and the Presidents of our Primary Level Unions, representing and speaking on behalf of all the Hellenic Post employees.

For the first time, the Convention was attended by 20 foreign delegations, the Presidents of the Universal Post Union and the European Association as well as the heads of the postal syndicates of the biggest European countries and many others, who made detailed presentations on the problems of the postal services sector as well as its future prospects and labor-related issues.