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Electricity Board Union decides to abide by prohibition decision of government

Electricity Board Union decides to abide by prohibition decision of government

In a public statement published on Thursday Electricity Board Union announced the institution decided to abide by the prohibition decision of coalition government on indefinite strike but emphasized that the Union will continue to use every legal right for a strike.

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In a public statement published on Thursday Electricity Board Union announced the institution decided to abide by the prohibition decision of coalition government on indefinite strike but emphasized that the Union will continue to use every legal right for a strike.

Criticising the existent and previous governments to not privde enough investments on the energy plans, the Union warned that due to the lack of investments Turkish Cypriot community would face hard times without any electricity in a very close future.

In the public statement, the representatives also mentioned that the Union decided to abide by the prohibition of coalition government in respect to not harm the residents. The Union also emphasized that the Union is adamant to fight for the rights for the required investments in accordance of signed contract with coalition government.


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