Public Sector Workers demonstrating Yesterday Teachers in Bosnia joined police, tax officials and other public sector workers on strike yesterday The strike which is in the Serb Republic of Bosnia is against a 10% wage cut - part of a series of measures imposed by the government in order to meet the requirements of the International Monetary Fund. The Bosnian economy - like many others - is in a crisis, which is exacerbated by the problems in the Eurozone. As in so many other countries it is seeking to solve the crisis by attacking the public sector. The government has promised to review the situation in six months if the economy improves but this has been rejected by the unions. Teachers in Bosnia already earn very low salaries compared to most other teachers in Europe, earning betwen $545 and $750 a month. The teachers will continue with 'minimum duties' after the strike until an acceptable solution is found say union leaders.