Greek uniformed officer unions are planning to file a formal complaint at the State Council next week, because their wage and pension cuts have not been restored, as reported by To Vima.
Previously, the State Council decided to reinstate their slashed salaries, while the government's passed legislation is set to alter their pension funds.
The Panhellenic Police Officer Federation President Christos Fotopoulos alluded to a possible strike by the unions. Rallying activities include protests outside designated political offices. It has been reported that the unions will decide on their strike next week.
The unions will offer a collaborative statement later today, that will include specific MP's names who voted for the relevant legislation. The unions have claimed that many sector employees don't understand the exact changes in their pension rights, as a result of the legislation.