Iraq’s pain has only intensified since 2003
Posted by Fredsvenn den mars 20, 2013
Iraqi Oil Workers leader Hassan Jumaa Awad al Assadi is facing court tomorrow in Basrah, for ‘organising strikes and protests’. He could be jailed for 5-years if found ‘guilty’. Baath Dictatorship anti-union laws are still on the books in Iraq. If anyone is under any illusions that the war on Iraq is over or that imperialist designs and forces have vacated the country, please read Sami Ramadani’s excellent Guardian piece on the current state of affairs:
Hassan and his and other trade uninists struggles for self-determination, liberation and quality, please help stop the criminalisation of workplace and community resistance and organising.