Nationwide Transport Strikes in Philippines to Stage September 19, 2011

Nationwide Transport Strikes in Philippines to Stage September 19, 2011

Manila : Philippines | Sep 14, 2011 at 10:20 PM PDT
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A nationwide strike from the transport group scheduled on September 19, 2011.

The transport group particularly PISTON disappointments from previous talks with President Noynoy. The President ordered his cabinet to review the Oil Deregulation Law. Transport group main call is for fuel to roll back to a lower price.

PNoy promises including 2nd round of Pantawid Pasada assistance, massive operation to solve corruption from traffic officers and the review of the said Oil Deregilation Law.

Transport groups were not contented which lead them to continue the nationwide strike on Monday.

nielica_01 is based in Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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