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Public Prosecutor's Office magistrates announce eight-day strike

The National Union of Public Prosecutors (SNMMP) called an eight-day strike for March, against the lack of an adequate remuneration policy and discriminatory decisions such as the withdrawal of the diplomatic passport.

: Ampe Rogério/Lusa
Ampe Rogério/Lusa  

According to a statement to which Lusa had access, signed by the president of the SNMMP Adelino Fançony André, the strike will take place at different levels and periods, depending on the interest dedicated to resolving the concerns.

The first period begins on the 1st of March and runs until the 8th, with only the inspection of cells and places of detention, referral of defendants who require medical intervention and action in cases involving minors who are accused of crimes being guaranteed.

According to the SNMMP, the union carried out the measures recommended by the National Assembly, without obtaining "satisfactory results", therefore moving towards an eight-day strike.

Remuneration, withdrawal of diplomatic passport and "incomprehensible state of the process of distributing function vehicles" are some of the reasons cited for the strike.

"We remain open to dialogue, but we need to clearly demonstrate our dissatisfaction with the social position and extreme vulnerability in which the magistrate has been placed", concluded the union's management.


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