In addition, the entity decreed that “the services necessary to take trains that are on the way to their destinations at the time of the start of the strike, as well as the services necessary for the movement of the ‘relief train'” should be made available, and should “provide a channel for carrying out all the transport of dangerous and perishable goods”.
In the decision, published today by the Economic and Social Council (CES), it is read that “the representatives of the parties provided the clarifications requested by the Arbitration Court”, and the workers’ representatives demonstrated “openness to grant a new service provision agreement on the line of previous strike”.
Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.
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