Geneva editor explains cops' dispute with canton
Police in Geneva have gone to war with cantonal minister Isabel Rochat over working conditions. Earlier this week 200 officers protested against working hours and an overload of administrative tasks. The force announced it would stop issuing fines and working overtime. For her part, Rochat says senior officers should discipline those rocking the boat. She’s backed by the rest of the canton’s government. To find out exactly what’s behind the unrest, WRS’s Dave Goodman talks to Pierre Ruetschi, the editor-in-chief of one of Geneva’s daily papers, the Tribune de Genève:
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