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Search author name words: Batay Ouvriye

américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Friday September 23, 2011 - 06:06 par Batay Ouvriye
Después de haber depositado sus piezas en el ministerio del trabajo para reconocimiento legal, el comité ejecutivo del Sindicato de obreros del textil y de la vestimenta (SOTA en kreyòl) dio una rueda de prensa junto con la Intersindical primero de mayo – Batay Ouvriye (ESPM-BO en kreyòl). Esta conferencia de prensa se dio en el local de la Plataforma de organizaciones haitianas de derechos humanos (POHDH).

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central america / caribbean / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Friday September 23, 2011 - 06:03 par Batay Ouvriye
After having submitted their documents to the labor ministry in order to receive legal recognition, the executive committee of the Textile and Clothing Workers’ Union (SOTA, in Creole) held a press conference with the Batay Ouvriye May First Union Federation (ESPM-BO, in Creole). This press conference was held in the offices of the Platform of Haitian organizations for human rights (POHDH).

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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Tuesday April 06, 2010 - 19:56 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
FRIENDS AND COMRADES IN THE CAMPS! ... read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / other libertarian press Wednesday February 10, 2010 - 06:45 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Much has been said and much is happening. The situation is very grave. Very. This situation is maddening! The January 12th earthquake has devastated several cities in Haiti. There are several others that were struck but are not being talked about, because Port-au-Prince, Léogane, Ti Gouave, and Jacmel have all been impacted so much. As everyone knows, many, many persons have died or disappeared, many have lost limbs, many houses have been destroyed, and many have been left homeless. Many who were working lost their lives, many workers perished at work in their factories, street vendors, public sector employees, store employees, students, people in the streets and in popular neighborhoods… What a huge blow!
We must dispel from the very start any kind of divine interpretation of this disaster as an “Act of God”, a “malediction”… These considerations can only deter us and prevent us from understanding the real cause of the earthquake, which is completely natural and had been predicted by a few scientists. This trend of thought also increases our resignation, faced with a “divine intervention” and leaves us waiting helpless and alienated. On the other hand, these divine interpretations also mask the responsibility of the Haitian State, which had been forewarned and did nothing in terms of contingency planning to address some of these consequences.
Therefore, it’s important to stay level headed, to address the real problems, to think well, together, so that we can uncover the real solutions.
In doing so, we should be clear about:
• In what context, and in what conjuncture we were when the earthquake struck;
• Some of the perils we are facing;
• What we need to do to confront this challenge, and from which class interest.
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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday August 25, 2009 - 22:11 par Batay Ouvriye
A pesar de la fuerte movilización popular a favor de los miserables 200 gourdes diarios (equivalente a $US 5.00 - el cambio estando a un poco más de 40 gourdes por un dólar US),

A pesar de la movilización de los obreros mismos, en masa, bajo fuerte represión, día tras día, dos semanas corridas,

A pesar del posicionamiento final de industriales locales a favor de los 200 gourdes y de todas las intervenciones de intelectuales progresistas llamando a un mínimo de justicia social,
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américa central / caribe / migración / racismo / non-anarchist press Friday May 22, 2009 - 04:18 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
En pleno día, en medio de una plaza pública de un barrio de Santo Domingo, capital de la República Dominicana, luego de haber sido torturado públicamente, le cortaron la cabeza con un hacha a un trabajador emigrante haitiano. Se llamaba Carlos Nerilus. El hecho ocurrió frente a un gentío riéndose, aplaudiendo. Algunos hasta filmaban con celular. La policía cercana, no movió ni un dedo, ni durante ni después de la ejecución.

Según lo que se dice, se trata de un conflicto de trabajo, donde el trabajador había por su parte matado a un patrono dominicano quién le debía meses de trabajo sin pagar. Según lo que se dice, el trabajador asesinado no fue quién mató al capitalista, sino su hermano. Por no encontrar al hermano, lo cogieron a ese y abiertamente lo arrastraron hasta la plaza pública de aquel barrio y lo decapitaron allí después de largas torturas públicas.

En Haití, una alta indignación brotó enseguida y varias protestas salieron y siguen saliendo.

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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday April 28, 2009 - 23:30 par Batay Ouvriye
Batay Ouvriye, Konfederasyon Travayè Sèvis Piblik, Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen, Antèn Ouvriye, SAJ/Veye Yo, MODEP, Chandèl, junto con varias organizaciones de barrio en Puerto-Príncipe, asociaciones universitarias y varios otros, del campo como de la ruralidad organizan una manifestación el día primero de mayo del 2009.
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central america / caribbean / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday April 28, 2009 - 21:19 par Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - wednesday april 29, 2009 - 13:08)
Batay Ouvriye (Workers Struggle), Konfederasyon Travayè Sèvis Piblik (the Confederation of Public Service Workers), Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen (Haitian Small Peasants Unity) Antèn Ouvriye (Workers Antenna), SAJ/Veye Yo (Youth Solidarity/On the Watch), MODEP (the Democratic Popular Movement), Chandèl (Torch), along with various neighborhood organizations in Port-au-Prince, university associations and diverse other of association from the city and the countryside are organizing a demonstration on May first 2009.

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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Monday October 20, 2008 - 04:28 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Today, October 17th, marks the anniversary of the assassination of Haiti ’s founding father, Jean-Jacques Dessalines. This is also the same week in which the UN occupation forces, the MINUSTAH, announced the renewal of its mandate on our land of Dessalines . These troops, led by Brazil , are mainly composed of Latin Americans, a region whose independence was largely gained with the help of the new Haitian nation.

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amerik santral / karayib / enperyalis / lagè / non-anarchist press Monday October 20, 2008 - 04:22 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Jounen jodi 17 oktòb, se komemorasyon asasina lanperè Desalin.

Nan menm semenn lan, se renouvèlman kontra okipasyon twoup l ONI yo sou tè Desalin lan. Twoup sila yo anba kòmannman brezilyen e pi fò twoup yo soti nan rejyon Amerik latin lan, yon rejyon ki globalman pran endepandans li apati tè peyi d Ayiti.

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argentina/uruguay/paraguay / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Monday August 11, 2008 - 16:48 par Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - friday july 30, 2010 - 20:13)   image 1 image
Llevado por un frente popular de coalición electoral, interclasista y heteróclita, (de esas típicas en estos días en América Latina y puestas en pié en nombre de la lucha en contra de las extremas derechas instaladas donde quiera), el candidato populista Lugo acaba hace poco de ser masivamente electo en Paraguay. Las masas populares están hartas de los partidos demasiado obviamente burgueses e intentan otra alternativa y, en este sentido, no hay que subestimar tampoco la victoria sobre el ultra reaccionario partido “Colorado” en el poder desde las dictaduras sangrientas. En gran alegría popular, el electo presidente Lugo será pues próximamente instalado.
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amérique centrale / caraïbes / impérialisme / guerre / autre presse libertaire Friday May 30, 2008 - 19:16 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Il s’agira alors des vols les plus crapuleux, des massacres les plus cyniques, des pillages les plus complets où terres, ressources naturelles de tous genres, mais aussi trésors culturels… sont systématiquement appropriés par les multinationales. Destruction rageuse, et massive, de leur domination militaire, politique, économique, idéologique… sans jamais s’arrêter, sans une fois sourciller. Poussés et guidés par le seul profit, inique, et l’individualisme le plus odieux que l’humanité aie jamais connu. Il s’agit des barbares et de la barbarie ... read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Monday May 05, 2008 - 06:59 par Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - wednesday may 07, 2008 - 05:27)   image 1 image
Tenemos que LUCHAR para que bajen los precios, LUCHAR para que el salario mínimo alcance los 300 gourdes que ellos mismos han calculado, LUCHAR para la reorganización de la producción que debe desembocar tanto en trabajo pleno y correctamente administrado, como en redistribución de las riquezas y el control-orientación de las capacidades productivas del país ... read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Monday May 05, 2008 - 06:56 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
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. ... read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Thursday May 01, 2008 - 19:13 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
On the PNH ban of Mayday demonstration in Haiti ... read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Thursday May 01, 2008 - 19:11 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Sobre la prohibición de la PNH para marchar el 1o de Mayo en Haití. ... read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / imperialismo / guerra / other libertarian press Sunday April 27, 2008 - 04:49 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Como anunciado, el martes 22 de abril del 2008, Batay Ouvriye sostuvo movilizaciones en la parte norte del país. ... read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / other libertarian press Sunday April 27, 2008 - 04:38 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
As announced, on Tuesday April 22, 2008, Batay Ouvriye (Workers’ Struggle) mobilized in the North of the country. ... read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Wednesday April 23, 2008 - 06:16 par Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Hoy, salimos con esta NOTA para anunciar a toda la población, todos los camaradas y compañeros al igual que a la prensa a la cual pedimos divulgación amplia, que el martes 22 de avril próximo, Batay Ouvriye estará organizando varias MOVILIZACIONES en el Norte del país (Cap-Haïtien, St Raphaël, Gwasimal...). El volante de esta movilización está adjunto. ... read full story / add a comment

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