Public Servant’s Union (ADEDY) in Greece demands the abolition of the proposed legislation regarding the selection criteria by which Greek public sector senior staff will be evaluated, as well as the abolition of all measures concerning availability and redundancies of employees.
In fact, ADEDY states that “with the provisions of this legislation any objective and quantifiable criterion for the selection of superiors would be repealed.”
The Greek Union decided to proceed to a round of mobilizations protesting against the measures of evaluation, availability, redundancy and to demand the reinstatement of fired public servants.
ADEDY’s mobilizations will take place on Monday, June 30, and will include occupations of all public sector administrative offices. On the same day at 3 p.m., they have planned rallies across the country, with the participation of all public sector employees.
In Athens the demonstration will take place outside of the Ministry of Finance.
On July 9, ADEDY’s mobilizations will escalate with a 24-hour strike and with fresh demonstrations and rallies across Greece.
Moreover, the resolution approved by the General Assembly of ADEDY asks all public sector employees not to take part in any action that would facilitate the implementation of the above measures.
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