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    “We make ourselves vulnerable”


    With the start of the “wave strikes” at the railways, the debate about tightening the right to strike is also getting louder. The unions are already worried – and annoyed at the man who is fueling the discussion.

    You can count down every time. Strike announcement and three, two, one: The first calls for a tightening of the right to strike in Germany are already coming. With the many work stoppages at airports and the start of the “wave strikes” – industrial disputes announced at relatively short notice by the German Locomotive Drivers' Union (GDL) to paralyze rail traffic – these demands are becoming louder again. Politicians from the CDU, CSU and FDP as well as employer representatives would prefer to restrict the right to strike. Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) is demanding, despite collective bargaining autonomy, that Transport Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) must “finally intervene personally now”.

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