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Egipto · 09.10.2016

The Detainment the Six Labour Leaders Is Extended for 15 Days

State Security prosecution decides to continue the detainment of the six labour leaders (Tarek Mohamed Yousef Mostafa- Tarek Mohamed Al Sayed Behiri “aka Tarek Al Behiri” – Mohamed Hashem Farghaly Suliman- Ahmed Mahmoud Ahmed Mahmoud “aka Ahmed Soks”- Mohamed Abdel Khalek Awadalla- Ayman Abdel Tawab Salem Mahmoud) from the general transportation authority, for 15 days pending investigations.

The prosecution accused the labour leaders of three accusations:

  1. Calling for a strike
  2. Inciting public employees against preforming the duties of their jobs
  3. Belonging to a banned organization

The lawyers who attended the interrogations argued that these accusations are false and that there is no material proof that they are true. They demanded the release of the six workers as there are no grounds for holding the accused in pretrial custody as all six workers work in governmental agencies and have a known address and do not constitute a danger to society as well as that the accusations against them are null since striking is an act that is not criminalized and is stipulated in the constitution.. Moreover the strike did not take place.

As for the accusation of joining a banned organization, the lawyers argued that this is baseless and is a comic accusation that was subject to the sarcasm of their families and colleagues at work and anyone who knows the six workers since they are known to everyone and have practiced union related work for years… How was such an accusation suddenly discovered?!

África · 03.09.2015

The general orientation of anarchists/ syndicalists to the United Front and NUMSA

by Jakes Factoria and Tina Sizovuka (ZACF)

In this section we address questions that have been posed to ZACF militants. We are sharing these discussions because we think these are important and pertinent issues in Southern Africa. If you have questions you would us to address in our next issue, please get in touch!

In this column, comrade Themba Kotane, a union militant, asks:

Will the United Front (UF) address the crises we are currently facing in South Africa? I am concerned about how the UF works and who leads it. In my own view we don’t need a leader, we need to all have equal voice. How can we build the UF as a basis for a stateless, socialist, South Africa?

 

http://zabalaza.net/2015/09/02/the-general-orientation-of-anarchists-syndicalists-to-the-united-front-and-numsa/


Marruecos · Attac-Marruecos, CADTM, ODG · 15.02.2015

Soprofel en Marruecos: el amargo sabor de los tomates importados por Europa

Cómo le cuesta al capital europeo respetar los derechos laborales: el ejemplo de Soprofel-Idyl

Marruecos · Secretaría Relaciones Internacionales - CGT · 11.02.2015

Petición de Envio de fax y mail: SOPROFEL IDYL

Desde la FNSA (Federación Nacional de Sector Agrícola) de la UMT Agadir nos llega este Llamado a la solidaridad (para hoy dia 11 a ser posible)

Sáhara Occidental · Redacción · 05.02.2015

[Video]: Declaraciones de Hassanna Aalia

Hassanna Aalia, refugiado político saharaui condenado a cadena perpetua en Marruecos y al que el Estado español ha negado asilo político y pretende entregar al país norteafricano