TALLINN - Estonian kindergarten teachers have handed over a petition to Parliament signed by more than 27,000 people after they called for the creation of a national minimum wage.
Members of the Estonian Association of Kindergarten Teachers (ELAL) want a standardized pay scale set by the state to be created similar to a system that already exists for secondary schools.
On Monday teachers from across the country handed boxes of signatures to the President of the Estonian Parliament, Eiki Nestor outside the salmon-pink Parliament building at Toompea in Tallin...
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