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Crowdsourcing platforms in Germany recently co-signed a code of conduct with IG Metall, the country’s largest trade union.
Later on Thursday, Israel’s national trade union, the Histadrut, announced plans for a nationwide strike on Sunday.
One of Mr Obama’s tools for doing that had been the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, which would have obliged Vietnam, for example, to allow independent trade unions.
The regime changed with time and activists did not agree on issues from the role of women and trade unions in society to the relationship between party and state and the nature of a national literature.
He is also credited with the idea of fighting Communism by means of demanding a genuine trade union.
Communist, Marxist and socialist members of the trade union movement supported May 1 as an international day of demonstrations, street protests and even violence, which continues even today.
That spring, more effective measures were taken to put an end to the Legion’s work projects, as well as to its labor groups that tried to operate as surrogate trade unions, but the semiclandestine structure of the Legion itself was tougher to crack.
Workers from the health care industry, the national railways and other sectors took part in the demonstration organized by the Alfa-Cartel trade union.
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