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Spanish govt. to hold crisis meeting

Posted by linyuer on Dec 5, 2010 6:49:10 PM

beats by dre The Spanish government is set to hold a crisis meeting after the  country's air traffic controllers strike over pay and working  hours.Earlier, Spain's air traffic authority, known as 'Aena,' estimated  that 200,000 people were affected by disrupted flights, and angry  passengers complained they were left with no information on when they  might be able to head to their monster beats destinations.The government has now taken control of the situation,  after workers staged a mass walk-out on Friday.       Spain's air traffic controllers left their posts amid a lengthy  dispute over working conditions, just hours after the administration of  Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodrigo Zapatero approved an austerity measure  to partially privatize airports.The Spanish dr dre beats strikers are asking for better income and working hours.     A state of alert may be declared if the strikers do not return to  work.Following the strike, several airports across the country shut down  and monster headphones still remain closed.Spain's government warned on Saturday that any  striking air traffic controller who fails to quit the strike and return  to work will be subject to arrest.According to Spanish Interior Minister  Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, air traffic controllers who do not resume work  could face criminal charges hip hop beats.

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