Migros Workers in Istanbul Go On Strike After Union Members are Fired

Dozens of workers from the Turkish supermarket chain Migros went on strike at the Kadıköy Khalkedon Square store in Istanbul after several were fired for being union members; strikers demanded higher pay and better working conditions, including additional personal protective equipment (PPE). Police arrived on the scene, attempting to intimidate the workers, but ultimately failed to halt the strike.

Via Meydan Gazetesi

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