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Haiti: MayDay leaflet 2008
central america / caribbean | miscellaneous | non-anarchist press Monday May 05, 2008 06:56 by Batay Ouvriye - BO batay at batayouvriye dot org
Let’s battle for prices to lessen, for the minimum wage to be adjusted to 300 gourdes as even they had calculated it, to reorganize production for more work, to redistribute wealth, to control and orient the productive capacities of the county: hit the inner core of those they call the ‘private sector’ and all the major cadres wasting so many thousands of dollars a month in NGOs that finally just play the game of the imperialists.
MAYDAY 2008! A major date for all of us of the working class, all us workers, all us potential workers that the suffering imposed by the ruling classes, in the context of the imperialist domination, have left on the floor to swallow air, in a desperate condition. HUNGER, UNEMPLOYMENT, SKYROCKETING FOOD PRICES are the lot that we the people have caused to rise up in the month of April. The crisis struck severely, in the faces of all these reactionaries, even if some of them used these mobilizations of the popular masses. On MAYDAY 2008, the State, the government, continue to dillydally on the question of our MISERY MINIMUM WAGES. On MAYDAY 2008, they continue to rhetoric about national production. Nothing has been said about reorganizing production, about the AGRARIAN REFORM.
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