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Bus Drivers Crucified Themselves To Protest ‘Unfair’ Dismissal (PHOTO)

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A woman in Paraguay has climbed onto a wooden cross and had nails
pounded through her hands, joining five men in a crucifixion protest
that has already lasted 20 days.
Bus driver Juan Villalba is leading the demonstration to
protest a series of layoffs of union organizers

at the Vanguardia bus
company serving the nation’s capital.

Villalba said his wife, Maria Concepcion Candia, joined the five
others on Wednesday out of solidarity. He says eight drivers were fired
after asking for overtime pay, medical insurance and state pension
contributions.
Company manager Aufredi Paredes said five of the drivers will be re-hired, but the rest will receive legal separation payments.
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