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central america / caribbean | workplace struggles | news report Sunday August 09, 2009 22:20 by s. nappalos - Miami Autonomy & Solidarity miamiautonomyandsolidarity at yahoo dot com
Over 10,000 workers including Batay Ouvriye members at the industrial parks (i.e. mass sweatshop district) of Port au Prince occupied their factories Tuesday in support of the demand for the enactment of the minimum wage legislation passed by Parliament, but stalled by the President.
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We reproduce the content of the blog of a recent IWW union visit to Haiti, where they met with the CTH and Batay Ouvriye. The notes reproduced here are of the greatest interest to understand the prospects for the Haitian working class struggles. They are of enormous value to understand, also, the reality of Haiti after 4 years of occupation and the need for solidarity... Solidarity forever!
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The following is a flyer we distributed last week concerning rising quotas and increased exploitation in the factories in Haiti.