POE-OTA head Themis Balassopoulos says the union decided Thursday to hold a two-day strike on June 16-17. He said municipal employees will refuse to do any election-related work until then.
Balassopoulos told The Associated Press that he sees little prospect of a resolution. He said either the government will have to issue a mobilization order forcing workers back to work, «or there will be chaos." Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry has set up two hotlines -- 213.136.1500 and 213.136.4500 -- where citizens can make inquiries about where they are registered to vote.