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Greece strikes, other potential disruptions & Bank Holidays

Posted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:38 pm
by paulh
Please keep this as factual as you can and if possible quote sources.
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Posted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:27 am
by Carolina
This post is to be an up to date "summary calendar" of up to roughly the 2/3 weeks ahead with historical dates deleted as we move on. Posts below this give the detailed data and sources. Note that those posts below are new and may well be edited and added to as circumstances change or to keep them up to date.

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M... 25/11/2019
T.... 26/11/2019
W... 27/11/2019 DEH - PPC workers 48hr strike
T.... 28/11/2019 DEH - PPC workers 48hr strike
F.... 29/11/2019
S.... 30/11/2019
S.... 01/12/2019
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M... 02/12/2019
T.... 03/12/2019
W... 04/12/2019
T.... 05/12/2019
F.... 06/12/2019
S.... 07/12/2019
S.... 08/12/2019
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M... 09/12/2019
T.... 10/12/2019
W... 11/12/2019
T.... 12/12/2019
F.... 13/12/2019
S.... 14/12/2019
S.... 15/12/2019
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M... 16/12/2019
T.... 17/12/2019
W... 18/12/2019
T.... 19/12/2019
F.... 20/12/2019
S.... 21/12/2019
S.... 22/12/2019

I delete posts below which have gone past their action date and which are effectively dead news.

Re: Greece strikes, other potential disruptions & Bank Holidays

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 1:13 pm
by Carolina
Workers at Greece’s Public Power Corporation (PPC/DEH) started their 48-hour strikes at midnight Tuesday. the strikes are spread across the country, with the exception of the island of Rhodes that was declared in “state of emergency” due to the floods on Monday.

The strikes are repetitive and will last until midnight Thursday, November 28, 2019.

https://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2019/ ... s-workers/

We can expect, perhaps, short one-hour power cuts at different times over the next 2 days.