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Drivers’ strike hits Monaco bus service

Drivers’ strike hits Monaco bus service

By Staff Writer - August 13, 2018

The strike by a number of Monaco bus drivers is now three weeks old, with no sign of a resumption of normal service. Union officials have said that they have made a number of concessions, but the Management of CAM has failed to meet them halfway.

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More than 80 people, including drivers, demonstrated at Place Sainte-Devote at the end of last week, calling for better conditions and more time off at weekends.

Users of Monaco buses are facing lengthy delays as the service is running only a skeleton service.

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