Police union urges government to dismiss demands for public sector wage cuts

Police union urges government to dismiss demands for public sector wage cuts

Police union urges government to dismiss demands for public sector wage cuts Izvor: Robert Anic/PIXSELL / Ilustracija

The SPH police union on Saturday urged the government and Ministry of the Interior to dismiss demands for public sector wage cuts amid the coronavirus epidemic, arguing that they are coming from "certain irresponsible politicians."

"At a time when some of the public sector employees, including health workers and police, are facing the most difficult period in their career, demands for cutting their wages only cause unease among them," the union said.

Police officers, who are normally faced with various risks in their work, have accepted the additional risk of infection and will carry out all tasks assigned to them in the coming days but they do not deserve "calls by certain politicians... for a reduction of their wages," the union said.

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