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Librarians in Bulgaria start protests over low salaries

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Librarians are launching protests across the country calling for higher salaries. This was what the trade unions of the Regional Libraries announced.

The organization reminds that on December 18, 2020 an Additional Agreement was signed to the Collective Agreement for Libraries, which set conditions for the introduction of the minimum initial basic monthly wages in the branch. However, the agreement is still not being implemented.

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