Police officers in parts of Zuid Holland, Gelderland and Groningen are taking industrial action on Thursday in the second day of strikes around the country.
The strikes are support of a pay claim. The NPB police union wants a 3.3% rise a year and an increase in bonuses and healthcare contributions, while the ACP union is calling for a flat €200 extra per month for all officers.
The government, which yesterday urged unions to return to the negotiating table, is offering 6.75% over two years.
A national strike has been called for January 23, 28 and 31.
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