Αγωνιστής των Ταχυδρομικών - Τεύχος 359/29 Νέα Περίοδος - Ιανουάριος - Φεβρουάριος - Μάρτιος 2012

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<ul><li><p> 359/29 - - 2012 11 - 15, 104 32 , .: 210/5200301</p><p> &amp; &amp; </p><p>&amp; , </p></li><li><p>: 5000</p><p> 11 - 15, 104 32 .: 210 5200301, Fax: 210 5225748 </p><p>e-mail: post@postnet.gr</p><p>www.postnet.gr : . , .: 6977 280 171</p><p>-:</p><p> Advertising 60, 104 42 </p><p>.: 210 5156810-20-30, Fax: 210 515681 info@kambili.gr, www.kambili.gr</p><p>A ......................................................3</p><p> .................................................. 4-9</p><p> .....10-11</p><p> CWU .............................................12-15</p><p>UNI............................................................................16</p><p> - ..................................................... 17-19</p><p> - ......................................................20-22</p><p> - ........................................................ 23-25</p><p> ... ............................... 26-28</p><p> .................................. 29</p><p> &amp; ............... 30-31</p><p>KEK - ETA ......................................................... 32-33</p><p> .....................................34-36</p><p> COURIER ........................................................37</p><p> - ..........................................................38-39</p><p>.... ................................................................... 40</p><p> .............................................41</p><p> ...........................................42</p><p> ........................................................ 43</p><p> ....................................................44-45</p><p>: ................................. 46-47</p><p> .......................................48</p><p> .....................................................................49</p><p>... .......................... 50-51</p><p>25 ...........................................................52</p><p> ............................................... 53</p><p> ....................................54-56</p><p> ........................................57</p><p> .................................. 58-59</p><p>A .................................. 60-61</p><p> ...................62</p><p> ....................................................... 63</p></li><li><p> - , , - . , , .</p><p> PSI , - .</p><p> , , - , . </p><p> - - , - .</p><p> , , - , .</p><p> - , .</p><p> ; 2012 </p><p> : 1 . , -</p><p> 25% , 30% .</p><p> -.</p><p> , 30 . , 15%.</p><p> -, .</p><p> - 4046.</p><p> . 27,7% 400.000 - 5 . - .</p><p> -, , - .</p><p> , - , : </p><p> , </p><p> - . </p><p> - -.</p><p> , - . .</p><p> -.</p><p> . </p><p> , . </p><p> , - , , . </p><p> - - , , . </p><p>, , </p><p> .</p><p> . </p><p> . </p><p> -.</p><p> . : . </p><p> : </p><p> - . </p><p> . .</p><p>A</p></li><li><p> 2012 , - . </p><p> , , , - .</p><p> -, , . 1 . , , , , , - .</p><p> , , . </p><p> - , -: </p><p> .., , </p><p> , , .</p><p> .</p><p>, , , .</p><p> . </p><p> , , , , . </p><p> , </p><p>. .</p><p> 4046 - - - </p><p> 4046 , - , -. </p><p> - , 4046/12 .</p><p> , . </p><p> , , - - - .</p><p> - - .</p></li><li><p> - - :</p><p> , - .</p><p>, ,</p><p> -. , , - - .</p><p> - . - , - . -.</p><p> . </p><p> - .</p><p> , - , </p><p> - .</p><p> (-) 27-12-2013, . :</p><p> - , </p><p> - , , - . </p><p> - -.</p></li><li><p> 7 , 7 -</p><p>, 24 . - . </p><p> - - , - - , - .</p><p> - , , - , , - , .</p><p> - .</p><p> . </p><p> .</p><p> - - </p><p> , </p><p> .</p><p> .</p><p>: </p><p> . . -</p><p> .</p><p> .</p></li><li><p> 48 , 10 11 -.</p><p> -12 -- , .</p><p> , - , : , . </p><p>: </p><p> - </p><p> -</p><p>.</p><p> : -</p><p>. - . - , -. , - . , , - .</p><p> - .</p><p> .</p></li><li><p> -</p><p> .</p><p> , , , .</p><p> . .</p><p> - .</p><p> :</p><p>185 </p><p>90 </p><p> .</p><p> , - - - , - ( ).</p><p> ;</p><p> ( ) - , .</p><p> - , , , .</p><p> .</p><p> - , . - .</p><p> 17 -</p><p> , , </p><p>, - .</p><p> 2340 - 2012 .</p><p> 900 , .</p><p> - , - - , .</p><p> - , , - . </p><p> - - . </p><p>28 2012</p><p> . , 2028.</p><p> - 800 , 800 , 800 , 3.500 , 10 . </p><p> -</p></li><li><p> ( 2.500 ) , ( - 2005 - 2003).</p><p> 1994 , , - , .</p><p> (. . .) 2012 ( 10% 2011) .</p><p> ! ! ! . . .</p><p> . . . ( ) , -, . </p><p> . . - , , , - .( - ).</p><p> - , , , - </p><p> .</p><p> - , -.</p><p> . . . . , -, . </p><p> . </p><p> , - 185 . </p><p>/ - - , - , , . </p><p> - .</p><p> , ... .</p></li><li><p>10</p><p> . </p><p> . . , </p><p> 1/1/2013, Uni . , 1/1/2013, , , . </p><p> .</p><p> , , .</p><p> - - 31-12-2012, - -;</p><p> - , , , - . </p><p> , . . - - , .</p><p> , -</p><p> , , - -;</p><p> - - . - .. , , , , -. </p><p> , , . </p><p> , , - - - . </p><p> - .</p><p> , </p></li><li><p>11</p><p> - - . . , .</p><p> , , - .</p><p> - . , , .</p><p> ;</p><p> - . - - . - .</p><p>, , , , , . </p><p> , , , . </p><p> - , .</p><p> / - .</p><p> - ;</p><p> , .</p><p> , - . .</p><p> -, - ;</p><p> . , . .. .</p><p> - , , . - . </p><p> 31.12.2028, , , - .</p><p> , , - .</p></li><li><p>1</p><p> C</p><p>WU</p><p>We are right, we have the power and the day will be ours, vowed Greek postal workers union </p><p>leader Georgios Vasilopoulos in a rousing speech to conference this morning. </p><p>Greece has been hit harder than any other European state by the current international financial crisis which has, Mr Vasilopoulos said: Shattered his country.</p><p>Unemployment has soared from 7.7 per cent in 2008 to 21 per cent at the end of last year, figures which rise to a shocking 50 per cent among people under 24. </p><p>These are the highest rates in our history, he pointed out, adding that the shrinking of the economy - a 16 per cent GDP fall since 2008 - was also unprecedented. </p><p>And the harsh austerity measures imposed by the leaders of the EU and consented to by our kamikaze government have re-sulted in some extraordinary attacks on rights at work, including a 22 per cent cut in the national minimum wage - cut by 32 per cent for under 25s - along with a host of imposed salary cuts and removal of job security measures that have been in place for many years.</p><p>And on top of that, the Greek postal work-</p><p>ers are now faced with the privatisation of the nations postal service.</p><p>But despite all the huge difficulties, we have kept our power, Mr Vasilopoulos con-tinued, and were mobilising our mem-bers. </p><p>We are right, we have the members on our side, we have the power and the day will be ours, he vowed.</p><p>CWU UK supports Greek workers &amp; demands Post stays public.</p><p>The CWU UK conference heard from Greek workers how austerity is destroying their jobs &amp; CWUs Billy Hayes demanded that post businesses remain public </p><p>The CWU UK conference being held in Bournemouth, heard an impassioned speech from the President of the Greek postal Workers Union, Georgios Vasilopou-los, about how the austerity measures in Greece are destroying the jobs of Greek workers. He told the conference that col-lective contracts had been destroyed and wages and conditions reduced without agreement with workers and without nego-tiations. He said social dialogue is dead! </p><p>Wages for many postal workers had been arbitrarily cut by up to 50% and properly nego-tiated and agreed conditions of work slashed and taken away without any negotiations. He said thousands of jobs had been just taken away over night, unemployment was </p><p> Rousing speech </p><p>from Greek union leader </p></li><li><p>1</p><p>at totally un-sustainable levels of nearly 25% and the non-democratic Government of Greece had made decisions affecting work-ers without any consultation and not in accordance with the Greek Labour Laws. </p><p>He said workers were paying the price for the bankers and Governments mistakes and Greece was paying the price for joining the Euro when the economy just was not ready for such a move.</p><p>He urged conference to join with Greek workers in opposing austerity measures being imposed in Europe and to demand that any changes affecting workers be properly negoti-ated and that Governments and the EU Commission stop making workers take on an unfair burden in the eco-nomic restructuring taking place in Europe. </p><p>Billy Hayes, CWU General Secretary, in his address to conference spoke of the need for workers to join together in opposing arbitrary changes to their prop-erly negotiated collective contracts and to oppose the austerity measures being imposed on workers throughout Europe. He also called on the UK Government to halt their plans top privatise the Post Office and to keep the post public. He said the only way to guarantee a viable universal postal service was to give Royal Mail the freedom to operate as a public service and to keep the Post Office as a community asset.</p><p>Billy also urged the delegates to move out of their comfort zones and to reach out to all workers in the communications industry to organise them in membership of the CWU.</p><p>He went on further to give details of his vision for the next twelve months and the work plan he saw for the CWU and in his </p><p> C</p><p>WU</p><p> , </p><p> , CWU.</p><p> , . , .</p><p>newly elected position of World President of UNI Post &amp; Logistics Global Union.</p><p>The Conference has also has taken sev-eral important steps to restructure the unions organising activities by putting more empha-sis on each sector (Post and Telecom) taking more responsibility for organising the workers in their part of the industry.</p></li><li><p>1</p><p> 7,7 % 2008 21 % , 50 % 24 .</p><p> , , - 16 2008 - .</p><p> . . , 22 % 32 % 25 , .</p><p> , .</p><p> , , . .</p><p> , , , .</p><p> CWU . </p><p> Billy Hayes, CWU . </p><p> CWU Bournemouth , , . , . : !. </p><p> C</p><p>WU</p></li><li><p>1</p><p> 50% . </p><p> , 25% . , . </p><p> . </p><p> Billy Hayes, CWU . </p><p> . (Royal Mail) . </p><p> Billy Hayes CWU. </p><p> CWU Uni Post &amp; Logistics Global Union. </p><p> ( ), .</p><p>Billy Hayes with Georgios Vasilopoulos</p><p> C</p><p>WU</p></li><li><p>1</p><p>UN</p><p>I</p><p> !</p><p> , , Oliver Roethig, UNI EUROPA, 29/02/2012 , . </p><p> , , , , ..., . </p><p> , , . , , ... . UNI UNI . </p><p> , 20/03/2012 CWU Emmanuel de Lange . . de Lange , . </p><p> . , CWU , UNI.</p></li><li><p>1</p><p>- -</p><p> ;</p><p> . </p><p> . , . , .</p><p> , . . </p><p> - , . </p><p> , - .</p><p> , , . </p><p> , - .</p><p> .</p><p> - , .</p><p> , , , . </p><p> - , , , , . </p><p> , . </p><p> .</p><p> .</p><p> , - , : </p><p> ; ; </p><p> 1% 2% ; ; ;</p><p> ; </p><p> ;</p><p> -, , , .</p><p> , , , -</p></li><li><p>1</p><p> .</p><p> , -, .</p><p>, , - , - , - .</p><p> , .</p><p> - .</p><p> ; , .</p><p> - - .</p><p> - .</p><p> - , , </p><p> , , .</p><p> .</p><p> , , , , , .</p><p> , - - .</p><p>: </p><p> , .</p><p> - .</p><p> - .</p><p> - .</p><p> - - . -</p><p> .</p><p> .</p><p> , - </p><p> . -</p><p> . </p><p> - .</p><p>, , .</p><p> - - .</p><p>-</p></li><li><p>1</p><p>-</p><p> -.</p><p> , , - - .</p><p> .</p><p> , - , , - .</p><p> , , - , , - .</p><p> - .</p><p> . </p><p> , - .</p><p> - , , .</p><p> , . </p><p> .</p><p> , , .</p><p> .</p><p> , . </p><p> , -.</p><p> , - , .</p><p> , , - .</p><p> , - , -, , , , -, .</p><p> - .</p><p> . </p><p> - . </p><p> , , , - .</p><p> .</p><p> -, - , - , .</p><p> :</p><p> . </p><p> , , . . - .</p><p> .</p></li><li><p>0</p><p>-</p><p> - .</p><p> .</p><p> , , - .</p><p> , - , - , ( ) , , </p><p> -, .</p><p> ( - - ), 70%, , .. 25% ( ), !</p><p> ;</p><p> , !</p><p>, , - , - , , .</p><p> , - (), !</p><p> :</p><p> .</p><p> .</p><p> - - , - 25 %!</p><p> , .</p><p> , - , .</p><p> ! </p><p>-</p></li><li><p>1</p><p>32 </p><p>-</p><p> 2.</p><p> - - .</p><p> -, .</p><p> .</p><p> - .</p><p> , , - , - . 3429.</p><p>...</p></li></ul>

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