On Tuesday Konstantinovskaia newspaper Province wrote thatafter long-term unpaid leave since early January, workers came outon February 11 to work, but they were sent again on an unpaidvacation until early March. Therefore on Monday about 150 peoplegathered at the first checkpoint, and later went to theadministration building to demand an explanation frommanagement.
"Conversation inthe form of a meeting was held here in the foyer at the entrance tothe factory management offices. The chemists talked in a raisedvoice that they have nothing to feed and teach the children for, topay for utilities, and that the management celebrates Christmaswith fireworks, buys new cars, paints the buildings with expensivegraffiti," writes the media.
Management in theperson of Director Oleksandr Avhustov and his deputy coming to therescue explained that they were doing their best, but "we are notwanted, the state does not care about us." Gathered plant workersdid not believe their promises.
"They created aninitiative group and will prepare events - up to blocking the roadfor Hyundais and raising money for the bus to go to Kiev toprotest," wrote the newspaper.