Pensioners protested in Athens, the capital of Greece, demanding an increase in their salaries.
The retirees, who gathered in front of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, marched to the Prime Ministry building.
Retirees have drawn attention to the cost of living in recent years, especially the rise in energy prices.
The retirees, who have called for an increase in their salaries, have also demanded a return of the two-year salary premiums applied before the economic crisis that began in Greece in 2009.
Bus and trolley employees also quit their jobs
After the train accident that occurred in the Tempe region near the city of Larissa on the night of February 28 and resulted in the death of 57 people, bus and trolley workers in Athens decided to stop working at certain hours of the day, asking for security. Actions are taken in all branches of transportation and change of vehicles used in transportation.
Buses and trolleys stopped running from the start of the shift until 09:00. All flights were reported to be suspended as of 21:00.
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