The foreign workers – including many Bulgarians and Romanians – on the construction site of EDF's new-generation nuclear reactor in Flamanville – face severe working conditions, according to French media.
Some one-third of the total number of 3 200 workers of the French state energy company EDF on the site in Flamanville are foreigners – mostly Romanians and Bulgarians but also Spanish and Portuguese, reported French news site Europe 1 citing the France Soir newspaper.
A few days ago, some of its foreign workers have placed a bumper sticker on the site to express their despair and frustration with their working conditions saying "stress, oppression, despair, we're tired."...
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