Chambers Union urges government, municipal employees to resolve deadlock on trash

The head of the Central Union of Chambers Konstantinos Mihalos called on the government and the municipal employees working in sanitation to resume talks and end the deadlock which has resulted in piles of garbage in the streets.

Mihalos said both sides have to show a spirit of cooperativeness because a long-lasting strike will “constitute a death blow” for the market at a period when tourism offers a hope for recovery. He then urged the ministry of interior and the POE-OTA union to sit around a table and find a solution as quickly as possible.