Private bus companies to stage protest yet again, no money since January?!

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Skopje is facing a new collapse of public transport.
The private bus companies announced a protest on Monday, reports Telma TV.
According to the announcement, the private buses will not drive their routes on Monday, but will remain parked in the garages.
Such a decision was made by private bus companies, who claim that they have not received money since January, needed to be able to work.
Some of them complained to the Telma editorial office that the debt had increased to more than MKD 140 million, and that the authorities could not solve the problem in any way.
This is not the first time that Skopje has been left without the services of private buses.
The reason was a debt before, and then the Skopje Mayor Danela Arsovska insisted that she did not owe them anything. However, the inspection proved quite the opposite.

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