Friguia strike illegal; workers ignored court order – UC Rusal
May 02, 2012 | 05:58 AM
The strike at the 630,000 tpy Friguia aluminium refinery in Guinea was “illegal” and workers ignored an order from the country’s labour court to halt the walkout, United Co Rusal said on Wednesday May 2.
The strike action has now been suspended following the intervention of Guinean president Alpha Condé, but should have been stopped by the court decision handed down on April 18, according to Rusal.
“On April 27, Friguia trade unions informed the complex’s administration, on the suspension of the strike, that certain workers at the complex and....
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