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30 court cases postponed in Oslo district court due to strike

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30 cases have been postponed in the Oslo district court as a result of the strike in the state. Photo: Trond Reidar Teigen / NTB

Of NTB | 30.05.2024 15:53:01

Crime and justice: – As of now, there are 30 cases that have been postponed. There are cases that should have started from and including 27 May up to and including 4 June, he adds the channel. The reason is that police lawyers, who were supposed to be prosecutors in the cases, are out on strike.

A total of 3,529 state employees are on strike following a breach between the state and Akademikerne and Unio in the state settlement.

The academics and Unio believe that the agreement the state put on the table would have given the members worse conditions. The two confederations have announced a further escalation on Monday.

The academics and Unio demand that they keep the main tariff agreements they currently have with the state. The state wants one common main tariff agreement for all state employees, not two as today. LO supports the state in this strike.

(© NTB)

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