Court employees in Croatia have gathered in the capital, Zagreb, to demand a raise in their salaries.
Clerks and registrars working in the courts gathered in St. Peter’s Square and walked to Ban Jlasik Square. The court staff announced that they would continue the strike if their demands were not met.
The staff demanded a €400 salary increase and demanded the resignation of Croatian Justice Minister Ivan Malinicka.
“Minister Malinka, step back and resign, you still have time,” the demonstrators chanted.
The Croatian government offered a memorandum of understanding that would increase the salaries of court workers by 10 to 15 percent from 2024, which the unions did not accept. Moreover, the employees started to strike since the 5th of June.
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