The strike in Belgium hampers trains

The strike in Belgium hampered trains: The international flights, which were largely due to the strike, were largely hampered by domestic flights to Brussels.
In Belgium, international flights were canceled due to the strike caused by the strike of railroad workers in response to the budget cut plan.
In Belgium, the government continues to strike workers who react to the reform package, which calls for a reduction in the budget of the state-owned railway company. On the last day of the 22.00 hourly strike on Monday at the local time, trains run in the French-speaking Walloon region of Brussels, including the capital of Brussels.
Eurostar, London-Brussels trains, only to go to the city of Lille in France. Thalys didn't make any trips to Paris.
On the last day of the strike the union members gathered in front of the Midi Train Station in Brussels, left a wreath on foot to the Ministry of Labor.
The unions, the government's reform package prepared within the framework of the measures of savings, the railroads for the budgeted 20 33 6 thousand employees, at least 6 thousand employees would lead to the loss of job claims. Decrease in the number of staff, the other employees for the year XNUMX daily holiday loss means that means.
Trade unions in the Dutch-speaking Flemish region do not participate in the strike in the French-speaking Walloon region and the reason for the ongoing negotiations with the government. If the agreement can not be reached again in February is expected to strike again.

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