Les syndicats des services publics intentent pour la première fois une action en justice contre la Commission européenne pour faire respecter le dialogue social
Le 23 mai, la Fédération syndicale européenne des services publics (FSESP) comparaîtra devant le Tribunal de l'Union européenne pour dénoncer la violation par la Commission européenne des règles relatives au dialogue social (article 155.2 du TFUE).
In recent weeks public services workers have mobilised to demand respect for their work and their rights. We have seen several actions and protests of firefighters in France, Lithuania and Spain.
While the news media are full of reports on the hearings of potential European Commissioners, workers across Europe are engaged in actions to demand change, higher pay, better conditions and more staff.
Friday starts a week of actions, strikes and other mobilizations to demand from our governments ambitious targets and concrete measures to address climate change.
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