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unpaid PASOK employees pissed off
« on: June 04, 2014, 10:24:17 AM »
This is from 2012  ;D

Angry employees at Socialist PASOK, Samaras’ coalition government partner, issued a statement demanding their outstanding wages of almost one year. 78 out of some hundreds PASOK employees across the country say that they have not be paid for ten months,  and that for 2012, they have received no more of 500 euro in form of Christmas, Easter and vacation bonuses

It's June 2014 now and

Disgruntled PASOK employees in despair over unpaid wages
The employees have requested the intervention from the head of the European Socialist Party Martin Schulz
Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The indignant employees at PASOK have decided to take action and claim their rights, as they have not been paid any wages in many months, despite promises from the party’s management.

The employees rejected the party’s proposal to pay off 20% of what is owed to them and have addressed a letter to the President of European Parliament and head of the European Socialist Party Martin Schulz, condemning PASOK and asking him to intervene.

The PASOK employees were particularly scathing in their criticism towards party leader Evangelos Venizelos, who “is struggling for worker rights in Parliament, but is indifferent towards his own employees” and his involvement in the Olive Tree coalition

 ;D I can't verify this but last night an investigative reporter discovered that these unpaid PASOK employees are silently getting hired by the state.

Yes, it's good to know where the bodies are burried. PASOK does't exist anymore  ;D it evaporated at the euroelections.