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2006

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MEXICAN ELECTIONS TO TAKE PLACE AMIDST SOCIAL UPHEAVAL

Mexico's national elections on July 2 will take place, it appears, amidst a growing social upheaval and possibly in the face of continuing government repression and violence.

· Over the last two months, Federal and state authorities from all three political parties have unleashed police violence against striking steelworkers, flower vendors and community activists, and most recently against striking school teachers and their families.
· Meanwhile the conflict between the Mexican Mine and Metal Workers Union and the government has continued, with strikes, slowdowns and struggles between rival factions at various mines... Read more

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Arturo Silva Doray

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

"The relationship that we've had with international organizations
-- thanks to ties with UE   --  is hugely important.

"After each international meeting, we feel more and more encouraged by the knowledge that we're backed by outside organizations as strong as the UE."

-- Arturo Silva Doray
General secretary of municipal workers union in Juarez, Mexico
& of Federation of Municipal Workers for Chihuahua, Mexico

 


 

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