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Asked if the Government expected a broader wave of strikes, the PMS said that talks would continue on the issue of pensions. Asked if the Government had drawn any conclusion from the amount of public support for the strikes, the PMS said that as we had said all along, we thought that they were premature and the figures spoke for themselves.

Asked if the strikes would change the way the Government dealt with the issue, the PMS said that our approach had not changed and the talks continued to be constructive.

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