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(en) Ireland, Dublin demonstration in solidarity with Swedish strike 6pm 13-17 Dawson St.

Date Wed, 15 Nov 2006 15:50:13 +0200


Along with members of the SAC members of WSM, Anarchist Youth and TCD Anarchist
Society will be holding a protest outside the Swedish Embassy (13-17 Dawson St.)
in Dublin at 6 pm in Solidarity with Swedish strikers. The SAC, Sweden's
anarcho-syndicalist trade union of over 7,500 members, has called for a 24 hour
strike in protest against unemployment laws proposed by the new right-wing
government. This demonstration has been called by members of the SAC in Ireland
The SAC has called for a 24 hour strike in protest against unemployment laws
proposed by the new right-wing government. The strike has been called for
November 15th, the day before the Swedish parliament votes on the bill. Demo in
Solidarity with SAC

The Swedish Embassy is in 13-17 Dawson St. Come along and show your support.

Swedish syndicalists call general strike

Sweden's libertarian socialist trade union, the Sveriges Arbetares
Centralorganisation (SAC) has called a general strike for November 15th against
new unemployment laws.

The SAC has called for a 24 hour strike in protest against unemployment laws
proposed by the new right-wing government. The strike has been called for
November 15th, the day before the Swedish parliament votes on the bill.

SAC member Ronny Stansert said, "all the unions are making different forms of
actions, meetings of companies, official notices of protests, threats to allow
garbage to pile up outside the seat of the government etc. The most radical
action comes from the libertarian union, SAC. Today the SAC has issued a call
for general strike for the 15 of November against the proposal... All the
workers in the private sector (in the public sector political strikes are
prohibited) can legally follow the SAC call."

The Swedish government wants to cut its financial contribution to unemployment
funds by 50 per cent, in an effort to offer tax cuts to the better off, a move
they claim will stimulate the Swedish economy. 600,000 people received benefits
last year.
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