Trade union leaders are to meet on Wednesday to discuss further action against the government should it survive in office. On Saturday a trade union protest march against the government and its reforms attracted around 100,000 people –the biggest anti-government demonstration since the fall of communism in 1989. Bohumir Dufek, chairman of the Czech Association of Independent Trade is pushing for a general strike should the government manage to muster enough support from independent deputies to continue in office.
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