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Portugal airport workers strike Portway handling workers in Portugal set to continue strike

Workers have demanded that the owners of Portway de Handling de Portugal company with the agreement signed in 2016 to ‘unfreeze’ workers’ careers

Portugal call center Portuguese call center workers intensify strike

The strike call given by the National Union of Telecommunications and Audiovisual Workers in Portugal will see work stoppages in three shifts from December 22-31. The workers are demanding an increase in wages and better working conditions

minimum wage Portugal Portuguese working class calls for an immediate hike in national minimum wage

The communist party and trade unions in Portugal have called for increasing the minimum wages to EUR 850

Portugal dockers Portuguese dock workers protest violation of collective bargaining agreement

The union of dock workers has given an ultimatum to the Setúbal port authorities to review the recent hiring of an external worker, in violation of the collective labor contract signed with the dockers

Portugal PM Costa The significance of the center-left victory in Portugal

António Costa’s politics has contemporary relevance insofar as he has bucked the trend of the declining fortunes for Europe’s center-left, backed by three Leftist groups.

Socialist Party all set to form government again in Portugal Socialist Party all set to form government again in Portugal

The Socialist Party led by Antonio Costa won 106 seats in the 230-seat parliament. It is likely that its leftist allies, the Left Bloc and the Portuguese Communist Party-led CDU, will continue support to the government

Hundreds march in Lisbon against neo-nazi event Hundreds march in Lisbon against neo-nazi event

Portuguese communists and the Left Bloc registered a strong protest against a conference of far-right groups, organized by the hyper-nationalist platform called New Social Order.

cork workers strike - portugal Cork workers agitate in Portugal demanding wage hike and end to harassment

Unions say that the cork companies in Portugal, whose profits have increased considerably, have been offering only minimal wage increases to workers

Portuguese Assembly Portuguese activists call on MPs to ensure right to housing

As discussions continue on a new Basic Housing Law, 22 organizations appealed to the legislators to mandate provision for immediate temporary residence for the tenants during the time of any unavoidable eviction procedures

Iberian anti-nuclear movement seeks closure of nuclear power plant in Spain

Three companies, Iberdrola, Endesa and Naturgy, which run the power plant want to extend the operation of the nuclear infrastructure beyond the license, which ends on June 19, 2020. Activists have been demanding the closure of the plant which has been operational since 1983

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