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Madrid - Castilla La Mancha - Extremadura, Marruecos, Madrid · Ateneo Libertario La Idea · 16.04.2018

ATENEO LIBERTARIO LA IDEA, C/ ALENZA, 13, BAJO IZDA. MADRID-CGT.- Metro Rios Rosas/Cuatro Caminos.

JUEVES 19 DE ABRIL DE 2018 A LAS 19 H.

Comunicados, Marruecos · Gabinete de prensa del Comité Confederal de la CGT · 26.03.2018

CGT se solidariza con la lucha del Movimiento Popular del Rif

CGT ha exigido la liberación de las personas presas por motivos políticos, un reparto justo de la riqueza, el cese de la represión política, el respeto por los derechos humanos y las libertades fundamentales, y que el Estado español proteja a las personas refugiadas

Comunicados, Marruecos · Gabinete de prensa del Comité Confederal de la CGT · 19.07.2017

CGT se solidariza con el pueblo rifeño y apoya la lucha del Movimiento Popular del Rif Hirak

CGT participará el próximo jueves, 20 de julio, a partir de las 10’30 de la mañana, en una concentración ante la puerta de la Asamblea de Melilla (Plaza de España)

Marruecos · Secretaría de Relaciones Internacionales de CGT · 01.07.2017

En las montañas del Rif (Marruecos) la lucha continúa

En octubre un vendedor ambulante murió triturado en un camión de basura. La causa fue que la policía le requisó su mercancía por no tener licencia de vendedor y negarse a pagarles un soborno, le arrojaron la mercancía, unas piezas de pez espada al triturador, pero Mohsin Fikri, el vendedor, al ver como perdía su sustento, se lanzó al camión para rescatarla, muriendo en el intento.

Egipto · 09.10.2016

Egito: detención de 6 líderes sindicales

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?!