Greek workers staged another one-day general strike against cuts on 29 June. Numbers on the major demonstration in Athens were, however, down on the previous day of action, and it looks as if the top trade union leaders are trying to engineer a gradual dribbling-away of the movement.
Vasilis Grollios, a political researcher in Thessaloniki, told Solidarity:
“The core of the militant workers want more pressure and action. But, unfortunately, nothing serious is being organised.
“The major conflict recently has been about the minimum wage.