Letter sent to the “Organisation Internationale du travail” Zimbabwe  Office and  the Ministry of Public Service and Labour, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions as well as the newspaper of Zimbabwe The Herald

                                                     Palaio Falliro   Greece, 21-4 -2017

                                                                   Ref.N.Cor     0058 /P/2017

 

 

Letter sent to the “Organisation Internationale du travail” Zimbabwe  Office and  the Ministry of Public Service and Labour, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions as well as the newspaper of Zimbabwe The Herald

 

 

 

Dear Sir, Madam

 

 

I am writing this letter to you in order to draw your attention and ask for your support regarding the 64036/14 and 33900/15 ECHR case “Ioannis Tosounidis vs the UK”.

In short is a medical  scandal affecting the UK with regards to employment issues of doctors in the UK but also the EU.

In particular I would like to draw your attention to the peer review of workload of workers  when there is no actual need and without pre-liminary investigation done locally with dead-lined statement of the accused (which can be used in order to fabricate investigation in order to “de-skill” and  “assassinate professionally” labourers) and also the use of Interim Order Pannels from the side of the State in the setting of Industrial Tribunal with a worker  in order to “kill” the time of preliminary investigation, eliminating the chance of the worker to defend himself against the state (as per my case).

I would like to ask you to follow the continuation of this case (which is of extreme interest for you).

Ioannis Tosounidis

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