MAJORCAN railway services (SFM) said yesterday that only 30 out of a total of 233 staff supported yesterday morning's wildcat industrial action, claiming that it had been an otherwise “normal” day.

Sources at SFM regretted the inconvenience caused to passengers by a strike over security and staffing levels, which was why, they said, they had increased the number of people assigned to handing out information on disrupted services at outlying stations and in Palma. SFM said it was “always willing to negotiate” about staff conditions saying that it supported moves to promote staff internally as long as procedures “remained within the law.”


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