Due to the strike the public transports will operate as following:
Buses will operate from 9 am to 9 pm.
Metro and trains and tram will operate form 10 am to 5 pm
Trolley buses will operate from 8 am to 9 pm.
TrainOSE and Proastiakos will be in a 24-hour strike.
Moreover, Greek Seamen Federation is planning to join the 24-hour strike, so ships, ferries will not operate from 00:01 Tuesday until 12:00 pm ths same day
First large demonstration in 2012 – More than 10000 protested against the austerity measures! (Videos)
About 7,000 members supporters of PAME were gathered in Omonia Square and marched to the Labour Ministry, shouting slogans and holding banners against ''the plutocrat government."
According to a new research on working hours in countries of the European Union, Greeks work 42.2 hours per week... more than all other Europeans. The research was conducted by the National Statistical Service of Britain for the period April-June 2011.
German people work 35.6 hours per week, French 38 hours, the British 36.3 hours, while the Irish only 35 hours.
In addition, according to the same research, full-time workers in Greece and Austria are working more hours (43.7) than workers elsewhere in the EU
As highlighted by the newspaper The Guardian, while the future of the common currency is uncertain, it is easy to indulge in stereotypes. The newspaper notes that these factors explain why the Greek citizens feel they are not responsible for the crisis.