GDL strike will be extended, rail unionist Claus Weselsky says – economics

Interview by Markus Balser and Alexander Hagelüken

At the meeting in his Berlin office, Claus Weselsky seems very relaxed, although he is currently angering many Germans with the train strikes. The 62-year-old has a tanned face, which he explains with gardening in the Spreewald: “It has a stop function.” In his last three years presumably as head of the leader of the Train Drivers’ Union (GDL), he still has a long way to go – and announces it aggressively, as usual.

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