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participates in the 24-hour strike declared by ESIEA to all media from 5 am on Wednesday 9 November to 5 am on Thursday 10 November.

No continuous news feed today on, as journalists participate in the 24-hour strike declared by ESIEA in all media from 5 am on Wednesday, November 9 to 5 am on Thursday, November 10.

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ESIEA’s announcement

“The Boards of Directors of the Collaborating Unions in the area of ​​the press and media have decided to carry out a 24-hour strike on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, reacting to the unfavorable conditions that have developed after the health but also the energy crisis and the ongoing government practices that, not only limit and they are chipping away at workers’ gains, but they are also abrogating our fundamental constitutional rights.

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Recently, not only media workers, but the whole of Greek society, have been experiencing a series of successive increases in the cost of housing, energy, fuel, food, basic necessities, etc. Increases that have reached explosive proportions with inflation having exceeded 12%, creating a suffocating situation, which comes to be added to the health crisis of the pandemic and the ten-year crisis of the Memorials.

The information workers join our voice with all the workers of the country, who are on strike on the same day after the declaration of a general strike by the GSEE, ADEDY and the Labor Centers and WE ARE STRIKE from 05.00 am. of Wednesday 9 November until 05.00 am of Thursday, November 10 in all Mass Media (print, radio and television, online), in the public and private sector, ERT, GGEE, APE-MPE, Municipal Radios, Press Offices.

Now, more than at any other time, it is necessary to increase the minimum wage and restore collective labor law with universal force of collective labor agreements not only in the SME sector but also in all sectors of the economy”.



  • SSE in all media
  • Full-time and part-time employment
  • Reversal of pension cuts
  • Dealing with the precision that affects Greece and all of Europe
  • Immediate payment of accruals, where due
  • Substantial and effective measures to deal with unemployment
  • Price caps specifically on the cost of energy bills and a strict tax on the excess profits of energy companies and other companies to ensure that speculation is prevented
  • National and European crisis support measures to protect incomes and jobs in the private sector
  • Reform of the operation of the Energy Market. That energy be recognized as a public good and that there be direct investments to address the root causes of the crisis, such as insufficient investment in green energy and the consequences of unrestrained privatization.
  • Restoration of the collective bargaining system and compliance with the employers’ obligation to draw up and sign Collective Labor Agreements, without drag-and-drop tactics aimed at preventing collective bargaining agreements that bind them.

We fight with all our strength for our labor and insurance rights, supporting jobs, decent conditions and working conditions and the autonomy of EDOEAP and ETAS-TEAS.

The Boards of Directors of the Press and Media Associations call on all colleagues to participate en masse in the 24-hour strike on November 9 and the information industry to be on alert.

The defense of labor rights and the restoration of collective labor law is a defense of the principles of Democracy, Equality, Justice, with the ultimate goal of Freedom of Press, reliable and free Information, with rules of ethics, reliability and pluralism.

* Excludes colleagues who will cover the strike


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I am Terrance Carlson, author at News Bulletin 247. I mostly cover technology news and I have been working in this field for a long time. I have a lot of experience and I am highly knowledgeable in this area. I am a very reliable source of information and I always make sure to provide accurate news to my readers.

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