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November 3, 1990 | Reuters
The Honduran government will fire as many as 10,000 of its 60,000 state workers as part of a severe economic austerity plan launched in April, officials said Friday. The workers will be dismissed in January, 1991, in an attempt to reduce the Central American nation's $117-million fiscal deficit, a government spokesman said.
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November 3, 1990 | Reuters
The Honduran government will fire as many as 10,000 of its 60,000 state workers as part of a severe economic austerity plan launched in April, officials said Friday. The workers will be dismissed in January, 1991, in an attempt to reduce the Central American nation's $117-million fiscal deficit, a government spokesman said.
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October 30, 1988
Tens of thousands of public employees in Honduras rejected a presidential order and an appeal by lawmakers to end a nationwide strike that has paralyzed government operations and shut down hospitals and schools. The 60,000-member Public Employees Assn. vowed to continue the strike until the government agrees to provide better pay and benefits. Last week, President Jose Azcona Hoyo declared the first-ever nationwide walkout by government employees illegal and ordered them back to work.
NEWS
October 30, 1988
Tens of thousands of public employees in Honduras rejected a presidential order and an appeal by lawmakers to end a nationwide strike that has paralyzed government operations and shut down hospitals and schools. The 60,000-member Public Employees Assn. vowed to continue the strike until the government agrees to provide better pay and benefits. Last week, President Jose Azcona Hoyo declared the first-ever nationwide walkout by government employees illegal and ordered them back to work.
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