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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Employees Avtovazagregat” blocked the road after the promises of the Governor to pay the money


The staff of “Avtovazagregat” blocked in Togliatti M5, protesting more than a year of unpaid wages. Earlier, the Governor of Samara region Nikolai Merkushkin said that the money will not be paid to them “never”, since they give in on provocation of the U.S. Ambassador to Russia, allegedly urging them to rebel plight.


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As reported by participants in the Newspaper.<url>”, the track was about 80 people with placards on which were written their requirements.

While in the city administration said that we understand the requirements of employees, despite the fact that are not meeting agreed.

However, the action took place where it was planned by its organizers, not one of the urban areas, as urged by the city administration. As a result, the city had a strong tube.

Recall that at the moment, the debt to employees of subsidiaries of “AVTOVAZ” is 64 million, of which 34 million have on “Avtovazagregat”.

Meanwhile, the Network has already appeared the petition with the requirement to check the mental health of the Governor of the Samara region: its author assumed that the ill “with schizophrenia, or delusions of persecution” due to the fact that the dissatisfaction of residents of the non-payment of money accusing the American Ambassador.

We will add that John Tefft during his visit to Samara oblast in the spring of this year the Togliatti did not attend.

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