Reform of the shadow cabinet Labor (British Labor Party), led by its current leader Khair Stammer this week, marked another step in the party’s right-wing progressive approach. The destruction of the shadow minister for labor rights casts little doubt on the new leadership of the party leadership: the economy, not the workers.
Although the union will continue to pay its membership, Sharon Graham will be the newly elected union general secretary. Get together, With more than 1.4 million subsidiaries, is no doubt the remaining «political finance money. [usado pelo sindicato para financiar campanhas eleitorais], Make better use of it.
“Westminster is not the center of everything, there are other ways to do things, set the pace” Labor and social policies, if desired by the Labor Board, must be followed. Political funds will now be allocated to national, regional and local campaigns that directly benefit workers.
Graham withdrew from attending the British Labor Party convention in September. “I do not know what world they live in, but it’s definitely not mine. The people I live with are scared. They do not know what is going to happen to them. They are angry, in pain, and the idea that politicians can not start talking about what to do is outrageous.
Oh Young labor, The party’s youth, in which all militants between the ages of 14 and 26 are participating, issued a statement on Friday declaring that “I will not campaign, organize or collect votes again for candidates or representatives who do not respect workers and do not protect workers.” Do not defend the right to strike or workers’ struggle.
“The unions are the backbone of the labor movement and at the forefront of defending workers’ rights against corrupt employers and conservative governments who have caused suffering to millions.” All energy Young labor Now “will be spent on the candidates’ election campaign Labor They openly defend the unions, respect the picketing and represent the rights of workers at their respective levels without compromising. “
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