.comment-link {margin-left:.6em;}

ASAYAKE

Thursday, February 22, 2007

時事論

Egyptian workers in unprecedented strike wave

Ali Ghalab sat on a dusty office couch in a pinstriped suit, explaining why his 11,700 employees joined a wave of wildcat strikes that have shocked the government and paralyzed Egypt's textile industry.

"It's the Muslim Brotherhood," the factory chairman yelled, referring to the officially banned Islamist movement, "and the communists. The Muslim Brotherhood stands behind every trouble in every single factory."

A mile away, more than 1,000 strikers had barricaded themselves inside the textile plant in Kafr el-Dawwar, a gritty town on the Nile Delta about 100 miles north of Cairo. They were demanding more money and greater opportunity for promotion. A shipment of cotton fabric destined for Turkey was locked inside with the disgruntled employees.

"Ali is a shoe," they chanted. "He is useless."

Rattled by rising prices, falling benefits and looming privatization, tens of thousands of Egyptian workers at state-owned industries have been in rebellion. In recent weeks, more than 35,000 workers at nearly a dozen textile, cement and poultry plants have gone on strike in a nation where any strike is illegal and even the smallest public protest can be squelched with police truncheons. Train engineers, miners and even riot police also have walked off the job or held demonstrations in the past 2 1/2 months.

Also,

Long live Israel

Comments:
Really interesting post.

I could imagine a tactical alliance between the communists and Islamists.
 
Are you talking about the Egyptian situation in particular? You're not advocating such a team-up are you? I could definitely see that kind of alliance completely failing. We both know the history of the Iranian revolution, after all....right?
 
I believe in coalition, based around transitional demands. That is different than a popular front or unity around Islamist demands.

See Trotsky's transitional program.
 
The Seahawks and Cardinals Nike Air Max 90 played to a messy 6-6 tie in Sunday night’s matchup. Their tie marks the first time wholesale nfl jerseys since the NFL instituted overtime in 1974 that two teams have played Nike Air Max 2015 Shoes to a 6-6 tie, and it also marks the Nike Roshe Run lowest-scoring tie in NFL Jerseys the overtime era.

The Cardinals seem to have a history Nike Free Run with the cheap nfl jerseys 6-6 tie dating back to their time in St. Louis, however, nfl jerseys store as ESPN’s stats team pointed out.
 
The NFL Flag for Tennessee Titans is viewable from both sides with the opposite side being a reverse image.Fly this flag with any of our tailgate poles or 6' aluminum flagpoles and adjustable flag brackets.
nfl house divided flags
dallas cowboys american flagBills stars and stripes flags
Dallas Cowboys house flags
 

Very nice post. I definitely appreciate this site. Stick with it!
http://www.kuwait.prokr.net/
http://www.emirates.prokr.net/

 
Post a Comment



<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?