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The postal strike controversy in Finland in late 2019 saw widespread trade union protests which later resulted in the resignation of Prime Minister Antti Rinne and the resignation of his cabinet. In November 2019, Rinne and local government minister Sirpa Paatero were accused of giving misinformation, specifically about the transfer of work-contracts of 700 Posti (Finland's state owned postal service) package handlers, which would result in lower pay. The strike led to a one-day sympathy strike by Finland's transport sector, which had to cancel 300 flights. Gradually it transformed into a trade-union solidarity protest in the country. It ultimately led to the resignation of Prime Minister Rinne, when the Centre Party withdrew its support from his cabinet.

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  • The postal strike controversy in Finland in late 2019 saw widespread trade union protests which later resulted in the resignation of Prime Minister Antti Rinne and the resignation of his cabinet. In November 2019, Rinne and local government minister Sirpa Paatero were accused of giving misinformation, specifically about the transfer of work-contracts of 700 Posti (Finland's state owned postal service) package handlers, which would result in lower pay. The strike led to a one-day sympathy strike by Finland's transport sector, which had to cancel 300 flights. Gradually it transformed into a trade-union solidarity protest in the country. It ultimately led to the resignation of Prime Minister Rinne, when the Centre Party withdrew its support from his cabinet.
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  • The postal strike controversy in Finland in late 2019 saw widespread trade union protests which later resulted in the resignation of Prime Minister Antti Rinne and the resignation of his cabinet. In November 2019, Rinne and local government minister Sirpa Paatero were accused of giving misinformation, specifically about the transfer of work-contracts of 700 Posti (Finland's state owned postal service) package handlers, which would result in lower pay. The strike led to a one-day sympathy strike by Finland's transport sector, which had to cancel 300 flights. Gradually it transformed into a trade-union solidarity protest in the country. It ultimately led to the resignation of Prime Minister Rinne, when the Centre Party withdrew its support from his cabinet.
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