A protest was held to demand higher wages for the workers of the Kosovo Energy Coordination Authority (KEK).
KEK trade union president Nexat Lomnica justified the demand for a salary increase due to the increase in inflation in Kosovo in recent months. He said the workers wanted a salary increase, not a bonus.
“Although we are here to express our discontent, we also generate electricity. We are here because we have been told that the salary is lying so that they can meet our demands at the end of April, which has not happened. We have been told to wait until the end of May. Our demand is not a bonus but a raise Salary, and no mechanism of the company will work without the main asset and employees. That is why workers flee from low standards and low wages.” Luminica said that they want the government to influence the management of KEK to increase the salaries and salaries of the workers and Nur Kosovo workers.
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