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    Power grid workers go on strike in western Kazakhstan

    August 5, 2022 - BBC International Reports (Central Asia)


      By BBC Monitoring

      Nearly 80 workers of the local electricity grid in Kazakhstan's western Atyrau Region have gone on strike to demand a pay rise, privately-owned news website KazTAG reported on 5 August.

      "Nearly 80 employees of the Zhylyoy district branch of the Atyrau-Zharyk joint stock company's electricity networks refused to go to work and staged a rally instead on 3 August. They demanded that their salaries be doubled and normal working conditions be created [for them]. The rally also continued on 4 August," the report said.

      Source: KazTAG news agency, Almaty, in Russian 0315 gmt 5 Aug 22


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