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(en) Britain, anarchist communist group CGA - The ACG reports on a selection from what happened around the world on 1st May, International Workers Day
Wed, 16 May 2018 06:48:54 +0300
Bangladesh ---- In Sylhet region, anarcho-syndicalists organised a march in the
countryside and then held a teach-in for local youth under a red and black flag. ----
Chile ---- A combative march in Santiago was attacked by police with water cannon. ----
France ---- 200,000 turned out on marches throughout France against the austerity measures
of the Macron government. ---- In Paris 70,000 turned out. The joint demonstration by the
French anarcho-syndicalist union the CNT, and the anarchist organisations Federation
Anarchiste, Alternative Libertaire and the Coordination Des Groupes Anarchistes attracted
2,000 at midday. In the afternoon a black bloc attracted 1,000 and fighting broke out with
the riot police. ---- Indonesia ---- In Bandung at least 500 anarchists marched behind a
huge banner displaying the words "Destroy Capitalism".
In Jakarta a goon squad of the reformist Confederation of All Indonesian Workers Union
attacked anarchists who later denounced these "rancid bastards from a yellow union".
In Yogyakarta anarchists set up barricades outside a university but were again attacked by
the same crowd and helped in handing over anti-authoritarian students to the police.
Thousands demonstrated against the austerity measures of the government, including workers
and pensioners. Chants included "Death to the government, hail to the workers".
Eight different marches were meant to coordinate at the financial district of Milla de
Oro. However, the police blocked access and fired gas.
The Spanish anarcho-syndicalist union CNT organised marches in many towns.
Thousands of workers defied the government ban on May day marches because of a Buddhist
festival on that day.
The same scenario with thousands turning out despite government bans.
Anarchists demonstrated in many towns whilst the school strike continued in Arizona.
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