The FKTU has vowed to go on a strike with an absolute majority of union members' vote which took place from 15th till 30th June.
The committee of the FKTU announced that 89.8% of the FKTU members voted for the general strike.
The committee is committed to fight back against the government if it continues to push ahead with the retrogressive labor market reforms.
The FKTU will stage a sit-in in front of the National Assembly starting from July 13. It will also launch a press conference, signature-collecting campaigns and rallies in front of regional offices of the Ministry of Employment and Labor.
The FKTU also plans to provide affiliated unions with guidance on how to respond the government's unilateral move such as the relaxation of requirement for dismissals and the unfavorable change of collective agreements.