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Ver. DI continues the public service warning strikes. Local public transport, daycare centres and clinics in the greater Stuttgart area and in Lower Saxony are affected.

Public Service: Stuttgart

Ver. DI continues the public service warning strikes. Local public transport, daycare centres and clinics in the greater Stuttgart area and in Lower Saxony are affected.

Public Service: Stuttgart

Public transport in greater Stuttgart area is severely affected. Since start of operations, railways and buses of Stuttgart Trams (SSB) remain silent. Only on Friday, when warning strike is over, should operation return to normal.

In Stuttgart, S-Bahn runs on schedule. However, no furr trains could be used, as infrastructure at peak hours was already maximally utilised, said a spokesman. In city, staff at daycare centers and clinics, as well as in waste management and city administration, also strike.

The warning strikes to which Ver. DI trade union is calling are aimed at expected final fare round for 2.3 million employees of federal government and municipalities. It starts this Sunday in Potsdam and is scheduled to last until Tuesday. Ver. Diund of German civil servants DBB demand six percent more income for public service workers, at least jedochaber 200 Euro Mehrpro month. From employers ' point of view, demands are too high. As federal negotiator, Horst Seehofer (CSU) is expected for first time in collective bargaining in Potsdam.

State Opera says demonstrations – water lock closed

Local public transport is also to be striked in several cities in Lower Saxony – for example in Hanover, Braunschweig and Wolfsburg. This is problematic among or things for students who have to write ir Abitur exams. In se cities, as well as in Peine, Salzgitter and Beck, most daycare centers are also to be kept closed. In Hanover, State Opera and Schauspielhaus had to cancel demonstrations. At noon ver. Di is expecting about 8,000 striking employees to a rally in Hanover – keynote speaker is to be re ver. di-chef Frank Bsirske.

On north-Baltic Canal, lock in Brunsbüttel has been closed since morning, as traffic centre confirmed. The canal is a waterway of federal government. During day, in Schleswig-Holstein, employees of daycare centres, municipal administrations, buildings, municipal works and or institutions wanted to follow trade unions ' call for a warning strike.

Nationwide, tens of thousands of employees of federal government and municipalities have already put ir work down. The previous strike peak was Tuesday this week, when more than 60,000 workers in eight federal states temporarily left ir jobs dormant. The airports were heavily affected.

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