The miners stopped the protest, but production will not continue

24.11.2021. / 16:22

SARAJEVO – Miners from seven mines in the Federation of BiH / FBiH / have decided to stop the protest in front of the federal government building in Sarajevo and return home, but coal production will not continue until their demands are adopted.


The President of the FBiH Mine Workers’ Union, Sinan Husić, addressed the miners who have been protesting in front of the federal government building since yesterday and said that they were waiting for answers from the FBiH Government to the requests they made on November 18, but that they did not receive them. fulfilled.

We are no longer waiting, we are returning to the FBiH coal mines. We have active workers’ disobedience, which is supported by the Trade Union of Miners of BiH. There is no coal production in the FBiH mines“, Said Husic.

The miners rejected two invitations from the FBiH government for talks, saying they wanted their demands to be fully met and nothing less.

Employees of seven mines in FBiH operating within the concern “Elektroprivreda”, among other things, demand the repeal of the disputed regulations, dismissal of the general director of “Elektroprivreda” and the director of coal mines within this public company, and the establishment of a minimum mining salary of 1,000 KM.

In the mines that operate within “Elektroprivreda”, workers’ disobedience has been carried out since yesterday, due to which production in all plants has been suspended.

Due to the new situation, the Thermal Power Plant in Tuzla has not delivered coal for two days, which jeopardizes its normal operation, which could result in a reduction, but also a suspension of the supply of electricity and heat to end users. Roe deer

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