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The mass meeting was told that a proposed settlement had been reached to the long-running row which led to 22 days of strikes last year, costing the airline more than Au150 million.
He was addressing the mass meeting hours after the UML-led coalition of 22 parties submitted signatures of majority of lawmakers to Constituent Assembly chairman Subas Nemang.
The mass meeting which takes place on Thursday 9th October is expected to look at possible action in defence of the their jobs.
Earlier in the day, tens of thousands of members of the seven parties, including the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), marched jointly from dozens of locations in Kathmandu and later converged at the theater for a mass meeting.
With Paul and Gwen's help we organized mass meetings in the evenings and continued canvassing during the day.
Authority derived through mass meeting or any form of 'direct' expression.
London, October 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Amicus Britain's largest private sector union will today(Sunday) be holding a mass meeting for its members who work at ICI in Slough to discuss possible action to fight job cuts at the site.
Union chiefs called a mass meeting to discuss government plans to run Ireland's three main airports as separate operations.
In the first mass meeting of the Montgomery Boycott, Abernathy recalled that two ministers "experienced miraculous cures.
And a mass meeting of ASW employees was being held in Splott today.
The next day, more than 5,000 people attend a mass meeting called by the Sons of Liberty.