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Miners in Trans-Baikal region go on hunger strike due to non-payment of wages - EastRussia | Far East

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Miners in the Trans-Baikal region went on hunger strike because of non-payment of wages

In the Tungokochensky district of the Trans-Baikal Territory, more than 60 miners of the gold mining enterprise "Uryumkan" declared a hunger strike. They went to this step because they did not pay their wages. On this fact, a pre-investigation check began.

Investigators went to the settlement of Vershino-Darasunsky, in which the enterprise is located. Employees of the department had a talk with the employees of the enterprise. According to the press service of the regional investigative department, the employees also interviewed the company's executives and are now studying the documents, if necessary, they will assign accounting expertise.

As the RIA News", interruptions to wages at the enterprise began at the beginning of the year, since May payments have completely ceased. Another 16 July, the prosecutor's office of the region made a presentation to the company's management. Now the department is considering the issue of bringing officials to administrative responsibility.

The firm "Uryumkan" was sold by the company "Yuzhuralzoloto" after the miners' strike in the summer of 2017. Then the workers refused to leave the mine because of non-payment of wages. The situation demanded the intervention of the regional authorities and the presidential envoy in the Siberian Federal District Sergei Mejaylo. Now the regional authorities have created a working group to help solve the problem issue.