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Solidarity of Indonesian women workers for the release of Palestinian child prisoners from Israeli prisons

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WFTU in Solidarity with the Indonesian Workers and its affiliate, KASBI

The World Federation of Trade Unions representing more than 97 million workers in 130 countries, salutes the demonstration which was organized yesterday in Indonesia by the WFTU affiliate, KASBI with Indonesian Alliance workers (GEBRAK) against the government’s program on Omnibus Labour Act, in the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia. The international class-oriented trade union movement expresses its solidarity with the workers of Indonesia and stands on their side, supporting their struggles for the satisfaction of their contemporary needs.

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Solidarity with the workers and the people of Indonesia

With deep sorrow we watch the consequences of the recent tsunami on the Sumatra and Java islands in Indonesia with hundreds dead and wounded. Even more so, it causes us great rage the revelations that many people could have been saved if the alert system for timely removal of the world was in operation. Unfortunately, it turns out once again that in this system of exploitation and profit, people’s lives are less valuable than the profits of the few. similar is the situation in our country, Greece, due to the…

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WFTU statement on the earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

The WFTU, which is the militant voice of 95 million members in 130 countries in the five continents, expresses its sincere condolences to the people of Indonesia, and in particular, to the relatives of the 844 people who lost their lives because of the powerful earthquake and tsunami that stroke the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. At the same time, 600 people were hospitalized and 48.000 were displaced while severe damages were caused in buildings and infrastructure.

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