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Road workers continue protest

23. June 2011. | 15:27

Source: Tanjug

Around 150 workers of the Partizanski put construction company on Thursday continued to protest in front of the Serbian government, asking for seven unpaid salaries, a termination of the sales contract with Nibens Group, bridging their years of service and allowing them to keep their jobs.

Around 150 workers of the Partizanski put construction company on Thursday continued to protest in front of the Serbian government, asking for seven unpaid salaries, a termination of the sales contract with Nibens Group, bridging their years of service and allowing them to keep their jobs.

The employees of one of Serbia's oldest construction businesses fear the company will soon be legally forced to declare bankruptcy, as July 23 will mark two years since it has been RSD 330 million in debt and its account has been blocked.

Union leader Milanko Spica told Tanjug that today's protest would go on until 1 p.m., and resume Friday in front of the Privatization Agency.

Next week, Partizanski put workers will organize a protest walk from the Privatization Agency to the Serbian government and back, and if a solution is not found until Wednesday, they will hold a protest in Belgrade, Spica said.

Nibens Group owner Milo Djuraskovic and seven managers of road companies which operate as part of the Nibens Group were arrested in May on the suspicion of stealing EUR 32 million from lubricants producer FAM in the central Serbian town of Krusevac, which is currently RSD 1.28 billion in debt.

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