Thursday, January 31, 2013

Arona lifeguards go on hunger strike in despair over 6 months of unpaid wages

An argument, indeed an outrage, that has been rumbling on for six months has now culminated in some 20 Arona lifeguards going on hunger strike. The guards have not been paid wages for all that time, and unions say they deplore the Ayuntamiento’s “passivity” in effectively ignoring the workers’ plight. The council, for its part, [...]


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