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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in Greek, 11-12-23

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

PERIEXOMENA
  • [01] Kataggelies ergazomenwn gia mh katabolh dwroy

    [01] Kataggelies ergazomenwn gia mh katabolh dwroy

    Jeperasan tis 2.000 panelladika oi kataggelies ergazomenwn gia mh katabolh dwroy. Symfwna me ton eidiko grammatea toy SEPE, Mixalh Xalarh, oi kataggelies poy exei dexqei fetos to Swma Epiqewrhtwn antistoixoyn se peripoy 1.500 epixeirhseis, ariqmo pentaplasio apo perysi opoy oi sxetikes kataggelies aforoysan peri tis 300 epixeirhseis.

    Meta thn oloklhrwsh toy elegxoy twn kataggeliwn, to SEPE qa proxwrhsei sth diadikasia ths kataqeshs twn sxetikwn mhnysewn.

    Symfwna me thn isxyoysa nomoqesia, o ergodoths poy den katabalei egkaira to dwro Xristoygennwn timwreitai me mexri kai eji mhnes fylakish kai me epibolh xrhmatikhs poinhs to ycos ths opoias den mporei na yperbainei to 50% twn ofeilwn alla oyte kai na einai mikroterh toy 25% toy posoy poy ofeilei o ergodoths stoys ergazomenoys. H ekdikash twn ypoqesewn mh katabolhs dwroy ginetai me th diadikasia toy aytofwroy ystera apo sxetikh entolh twn eisaggelikwn kai astynomikwn arxwn.


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