Judiciary employees with a two-hour work halt for protest – they demand a linear salary increase


The employees of the administration and the judiciary will not work from 10 am to 12 noon on Thursday and Wednesday. The reason for the work halt are the requests for payment of the minimum wage and linear increase of the other wages by MKD 2,806.

As announced by the Trade Union of Administration, Judiciary and Citizens’ Associations (UPOZ), protests are taking place in all those institutions where they have trade unions, such as ministries, agencies, funds, administrations and courts.

The UPOZ posted photos of the protest on social media.

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