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(en) verba-volant: Greece, Berea, March 23, 2017: Concentration of the Libertarian Trade Union outside the Mikel coffee shop (ca, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 16 Apr 2017 09:33:02 +0300


A brief briefing by the Liberian Trade Union of Emacia (northern Greece) follows a briefing a few days ago outside the Mikel cafe in Berea, as well as the text of the brochure distributed during the rally. ---- On Thursday , March 23, 2017, we conducted an intervention outside the Mikel cafeteria in the center of Berea, on the occasion of the death of the 22nd employee of the company. The death occurred about two weeks ago while the worker was working. Flyers were thrown, hundreds of leaflets were distributed to customers and bystanders, and of course to the workers who were at the cafeteria at the time. ---- The text that was distributed follows: ---- Against the terrorism of the bosses. Making trade unionism dangerous again for employers ---- Once again the miserable working conditions prevailing in all workplaces, particularly in the delivery sector, led to the death of the 22-year-old dealer working in the Mikel chain store in the Neighborhood of Colono, Athens. The dealer was seriously injured while working on Thursday , March 2 , and after being hospitalized for many days he died on March 10.

Unfortunately, this incident comes in addition to a series of accidents at work, and seems to reflect the hard daily lives of those who work in the morning and at night, who risk their lives to collect crumbs, and those who struggle For living with dignity. Three months ago, on December 1, 2016 , a 42-year-old woman lost her life while working at the Everest fast food store in Vicenza, Athens, while five others were injured and driven to hospital. A month ago, another dealer, father of two children, who was working at Speedex in Athens, died in a traffic accident. If we resort to older incidents, we will see that the list of accidents is long and totally concordant with the profit of the employers,
Social security, overtime paid, protection against weather, proper maintenance of vehicles, increases provided by legislation: These are working conditions that are never met. The reality of those who work on the street, in the rain, on the motorcycle, of those who have not charged, of those who are exhausted and alienated, is very different: overtime not paid, flexible hours, hyper-intensified work, work Without breaks, daily threats directed at those who claim the obvious.
To the intensification of the work and to the exploitation of our lives we answer collectively. We organize directly and in a democratic way in the places of our work, we act where we work and we live.
We are not accustomed to the death and terrorism of the employers. We make trade unionism dangerous for employers.
Libertarian Trade Union of Emacia

http://verba-volant.info/es/berea-23-de-marzo-de-2017-concentracion-de-la-union-sindical-libertaria-fuera-de-la-cafeteria-mikel/
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