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Nibens employees stage new protests in Belgrade

24. October 2011. | 16:19

Source: Tanjug

Employees of the road construction and maintenance company Nibens Group continued their protests in front of the Serbian government's building in Belgrade Monday.

Employees of the road construction and maintenance company Nibens Group continued their protests in front of the Serbian government's building in Belgrade Monday.

President of the trade union of the PZP Beograd branć Milan Jovanovic said the workers had decided to stage new protests since they had not been paid the RSD 200 million they had been promised earlier.

Jovanovic told Tanjug that the PZP Beograd, Nis, Kragujevac, Vojvodinaput-Backaput and Vranje branćes had not been given the money that would cover one-month worth of salaries for all employees and the running costs for raw materials and energy needed for the work of the firms.

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and Infrastructure Minister Milutin Mrkonjic reaćed an agreement on paying the sum to Nibens Group on Wednesday, but it was not honored, Jovanovic said.

He said that around 800 workers would gather in front of the government building today.

Jovanovic said that Nibens Group was maintaining about 30 percent of Serbian roads and that it would not be able clear snow and maintain roads during the winter if not paid the money soon.


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