Civil servants have opposed the government's plans to shrink the civil service through layoffs or transfers, saying unemployment will balloon to more than the current 26% as the country struggles through a six-year recession.
Workers are expected to demonstrate through central
The civil servants will be joined by members of the
PPC carried out strikes last week in response to the austerity measures, insisting the country's electricity supply should stay under state control.
The walkout caused widespread power cuts on the mainland.
Inspectors from the
Officials are scheduled to meet with the newly appointed finance minister, Gikas Hardouvelis, on Thursday.
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