June 10, 2009
Posted: 1514 GMT

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Md. Aseer Jubair Khan Majlish.   June 10th, 2009 3:30 pm ET

Absolutely, because this is a new world now. There are very few countries where there is extremist government or extremist opposition. Specially in developed countries governments are very much liberal. So, in a country like Great Britain tube strike is unthinkable. They could easily discuss their problem with there government.

marc   June 10th, 2009 5:07 pm ET

To go on a strike is the fundamental right of a worker , when there is through a dialogue there is no compromice.
Most conflics caused by actions of the board of a company that does not take into account the rights of the laborer.
Because in this time of cricis drastic measures are necessary they should not throw the rights of the laborer out of the window.
If the board has no respect for the workers, they must deal with the consequences.
A strike is the last measure that workers consider, because it has a huge Inpact (financial) for workers.

Bye bye from Belgium.

Robin   June 10th, 2009 8:52 pm ET

Strike is a fundamental right in western democracies. But it should not be misused or used as a political tool or affect too much of the lives of people. May be a protocol in between may need to be agreed and enforced.

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