Greek Asylum Service employees remain unpaid, EU Commission reacts

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Refugees and migrants attend a pre-registration process at the refugee camp in the former international Helliniko airport in Athens, Greece, 13 June 2016.

Greek Asylum Service employees remain unpaid, EU Commission reacts


Five months since the last government reshuffle in November, the newly-established Ministry of Migration Policy is still fighting with the bureaucracy monster, having hundreds of Greek Asylum Service employees unpaid and uninsured.
According to an announcement issued by the Greek Asylum Service, its employees took the decision to go on strike on 5-6 April, after months of unpaid work in hot spots in Greek islands and mainland, since the ministry has failed to wrap up with bureaucratic procedure...


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