Polish workers fight austerity

This video is called Polish unionists take pension protest to parliament.

Tens of thousands of workers from across Poland noisily demonstrated outside parliament in Warsaw on Friday against plans to raise the retirement age to 67: here.

2 thoughts on “Polish workers fight austerity

  1. Austerity enshrined into national law

    POLAND: MPs voted to permanently enshrine austerity in their national law today.

    President Bronislaw Komorowski will now be allowed to ratify the EU’s fiscal compact, which places harsh spending limits on public spending and borrowing.

    Parliament is currently debating when to adopt the euro. Officials say they should meet all the conditions by 2015 but will wait until it best suits the county’s interests, so it’s unlikely to happen any time soon.



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