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MOSCOW, November 30 /TASS/. Over a thousand people will take part in a trade union march against job cuts in public health in Moscow on Sunday.
The demonstrators will march through Samotechnaya and Delegatskaya streets until an intersection of Durov Street and the Olympic Prospect where a rally will be held in an action called “For Affordable Medicine.”
The march has been organized by Independent Trade Union of Medical Workers “Action” / a member of the Russian Confederation of Labour/ and the Together for Decent Medicine public movement.
The action will take place from 13:00 to 15:00 Moscow time. During that time, the traffic on some central streets will be restricted.
The State Traffic Inspectorate has asked drivers to be maximum attentive and choose alternative routes in advance.