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[Update on Railway Strike and KCTU’s plan for the Next General Strike]

[Update on Railway Strike and KCTU’s plan for the Next General Strike]
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➠ As of December 31 11am, the members of KRWU go back to work and continue their struggle at workplace.

➠Under the slogan “Step Down, Park! Stop Privatisation!, Abolish Union Repression!,” KCTU will stage its 2nd general strike on January 9th and the 3rd on January 16th,
and will mobilize a nation wide simultaneous rallies on January 4th and People’s Day of Action on January 16th.

Outside Korea railway workers strike would be legal

Rallies held nationwide to oppose Korea railway privatization

Rallies held nationwide to oppose Korea railway privatization
http://english.hani.co.kr/arti/english_edition/e_national/617595.html
Posted on : Dec.30,2013 15:32 KSTModified on : Dec.30,2013 21:58 KST

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ublished : 2013-12-30 20:17
Updated : 2013-12-30 20:41

Korean Railway strike comes to dramatic end while Korean police say arrests will continue “Those responsible for the illegal labor activities will be held liable despite the decision to end the walkout,” a prosecutor of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office sai

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http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2013/12/116_148859.html

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