Mahalla workers resume work

Workers at the Mahalla Spinning and Weaving Company resumed work on Sunday after they suspended their 12-day strike to give the government time to study their demands.
The workers are demanding minimum wage, the dismissal of the director, the investigation of corruption within the company and the injection of funds for it to operate fully.
“We have suspended the strike for a month,” said Ahmed Ramadan, adding that the workers were paid the fourth batch of profit sharing and that the management had been asked to deduct the duration of the strike from the annual leave.
“There are serious efforts for reconciliation between the workers and the company officials,” he said.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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