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VIDEO: Public transport workers demand 'serious talk' from new PM

Public transport workers, who temporarily suspended their strike on Thursday, say they want new policies, not just new officials

On Thursday, public transport workers temporarily suspended their strike which began on 22 February.
During that time the government has resigned and a new interim Prime Minister, Ibrahim Mehleb, has been appointed. 
But the workers say their problems persist despite the cabinet changes, and called on Mehleb to come and talk to them and resolve their dispute.
The workers are demanding to be including in the state's minimum wage scheme, and want the question of which government body they officially belong to to be resolved. 
Video by Simon Hanna
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Omar Shareef, Zagazig
28-02-2014 04:27am
Increase Fare
It is temporary solution. we need the people Assembly to reform taxes and distribute wealth. Some are making 10,000 E.L. and other 800.
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