TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A nationwide public sector strike in Tunisia is set to cripple land and air transport and other vital activities on Thursday, with the North African nation already in the midst of a deepening economic crisis. deteriorated.
The powerful Tunisian General Labor Union (UGTT) announced the walkout, which was to include 159 public companies, on the basis of pressing social and economic demands. The union demands wage increases and protests against the economic reforms planned by the government.
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