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UPDATED: 13:27, February 23, 2007
Polish railway unionists block Cracow terminal
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Railway unionists in Cracow, a city of southern Poland, blocked traffic in the city's Central Station, demanding higher pay and better work conditions.

Negotiations on wages between rail unions and the Polish railways management have been under way for months.

Henryk Sikora, the railway section head of the Solidarity Union, told the Polish news agency PAP that the 2-hour blockade was a reaction to the slow progress of the talks.

Unionists have threatened with countrywide railway blockades next week should the Friday talks bring no result.

Source: Xinhua


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