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Kosovo Public Sector Unions Oppose Proposed Pay Grades (Balkan Insight)

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Unions in Kosovo have voiced discontent over the way a new law on levelling salaries has graded the pay of various tiers in the public sector.

Amid an ongoing debate in Kosovo over the pay of the Prime Minister, which Ramush Haradinaj has doubled, the government is meeting union discontent over a new Law on Levelling Salaries.

Civil servants’ unions have already said they do not accept the draft. Blerim Syla, head of the Healthcare Trade Union Federation, told BIRN that they presented their own demands on Friday and during this week, and objected to the proposals to be discussed in government.


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