Trade Union Members Vandalize HQs of Greek Federation of Enterprises (photos)

Members of the Communist-affiliated labor union PAME sprayed red painted slogans on the walls of the headquarters of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) in Athens, on Tuesday.

The slogans called for a minimum wage of 751 euros per month, and resistance against the alleged plans by the government and industrialists to limit the right to strike.

A PAME spokesman, speaking to the Athens News Agency, refused to condemn the spraying of the walls, and added that industrialists want to cut wages, undermine collective labour agreements and place limits on the right to strike.

PAME is organizing a nation-wide strike and a day of protests, on Thursday.