Category Archives: Egypt Labor Movement

Dual Power defined.

This double sovereignty does not presuppose – generally speaking, indeed, it excludes – the possibility of a division of the power into two equal halves, or indeed any formal equilibrium of forces whatever. It is not a constitutional, but a … Continue reading

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Egypt: Woman striker killed on picket line: Al-Masry Al-Youm

Worker killed during strike at garments company Sarah Carr Wed, 08/06/2011 – 21:22 The long-running industrial strike by workers at Mansoura-Espana Garments Company took a tragic twist on Tuesday when a worker was run over and killed during a protest … Continue reading

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PANA discusses proposed minimum wage in Egypt

Minimum wage generates heat in Egypt Cairo, Egypt (PANA) – Egypt’s Minister of Manpower Ahmed El-Boraei has fended off protests from the business community over government plans to update the country’s minimum wage, saying there is enormous popular pressure for … Continue reading

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Saudi minster threatens to expell thousands of migrant laborers

Saudi minister threatens to expel foreign laborers, Egyptians included 31 May, 2011 11:22 AM Source: Almasry Alyoum A Saudi minister has warned that his government is planning to expel large numbers of foreign laborers, which would include Egyptians currently working … Continue reading

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Egypt: Medinat Sadat factory strike sheds light on labor revolution: Al Masry Al Youm English

Medinat Sadat factory strike sheds light on labor revolution Maggie Hyde Sun, 05/06/2011 – 23:48   Photographed by Maggie Hyde Hundreds of sewing machines inside the Mega Textile Company S.S.C. stand idle. American label pants that usually sell for US$60 … Continue reading

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