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Minibus drivers stopped the strike2013-02-01 15:33
This morning, minibus drivers in Tbilisi ended the strike which lasted for a week, the GHN reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Most of the drivers say they will work until March 1, in the expectation that the employer will make concessions.
Otherwise, the drivers threaten with traffic jams in Tbilisi, as, according to them, the minibus drivers will be supported by the bus drivers and metro drivers, thus all the traffic in the capital will stop.
Recall, the minibus drivers, dissatisfied with the daily tax and fare increase, were holding strike in Tbilisi for almost a week. Until their demands are met, they refuse to work.
Tbilisi was almost paralyzed for six days. Crowds were standing at bus stops for hours waiting for public transport. City buses could not cope with the number of passengers.