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Solidarity to strike at VW Portugal on 30th of August

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International Automotive Workers Coordination - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 29th August 2017

Solidarity to strike at VW Portugal on 30th of August

75% votes by ballot of the employees against the planned introduction of regular work on Saturday at VW location in Palmela (Lissabon) express a determined „No“. Starting with first day of strike on 30th of August, they want to stress their demands. Further days of strike are intended in September, if VW does not cancel the planned tightening of exploitation. Considering the result of voting the Workers Commission resigned. They had given in majority their consent to the agreement, which was dictated by VW in guide of blackmailing.

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Information Letter No. 4

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After the very successfull strikes for a noticeable increase of the wages at VW Bratislava (Slovakia) and at Fiat Kragujevac (Serbia) is actually the determination of struggle and the ability to be ready for struggle in development under the employees in automotive industry.
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Support the right of Jorge Parra

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RESOLUTION

Support the right of Jorge Parra, President of the injured Colombian GM workers’ association (ASOTRECOL), to travel to the USA to tell their story, by demanding the immediate reinstatement of his visa.

Whereas:

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Call of the International Automotive Workers Coordination for May Day 2017 and the World Day for Safety and Health at Work on April 28th

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Let’s Build up and Strengthen the Automotive Workers Coordination!

May Day must not be only a celebration, but a day of struggle of the working class for its common goals, because the gains are always the result of an continual struggle. The capitalists want to reverse the gains workers have won, and launch ever new attacks to maximize profits through super-exploitation. The increasing competition between multinational monopolies, and the chaos of the capitalist market lead to economic and political crises, worsening working conditions for workers and the livelihood of their families. This also leads to wars causing the migration of millions of people and refugee crises. An arms race has started and growing militarization and spreading of wars.