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_ Prosecutors open criminal investigation into public transport strike
Prosecutors open criminal investigation into public transport strike
Prosecutors with Prosecutor's Office of the Bucharest District 3 Courthouse have opened a criminal investigation into a strike by employees of the Bucharest Transport Company (STB).
Prosecutor's Office officials told that a criminal probe was opened in rem into the strike called by organisers in violation of Article 191 in Law 62/2011.
The investigation was launched on a notification received from the Public Transport Police Brigade.
On Thursday morning, the public transport drivers of Bucharest City went on an all-out strike, dissatisfied with the fact that their demands for a wage increase were not met.
On the same day, the Bucharest Tribunal ordered the suspension of the strike, but the protest of the trade unionists continued into the next day.
STB head Adrian Crit said Friday that there are currently only three vehicles in transit, and continued to call on employees to understand the situation of the people of Bucharest, asking them to resume work.
STB announced on Thursday evening that the staff involved in the protest refused to resume work, although the court ordered the suspension of the strike, and there is a possibility that this strike will continue on Friday.
"Following the decision of the Bucharest Tribunal under which the court orders the suspension of the strike started at the Bucharest Transport Company STB SA and the immediate resumption of work, the company's employees are under an obligation to respect the decision of the court and to resume transit as scheduled. Checks carried out so far have found that the employees involved in this illegal strike that immobilised the capital today are refusing to resume work. It is possible that this strike will continue tomorrow, as the union leaders put pressure on STB SA employees not to carry out their duties. Disregarding the needs of the Bucharest residents in the metropolitan area and knowingly ignoring a court decision can lead to criminal charges for the staff involved in this action," STB officials said on Thursday, Agerpres informs.
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