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TIPI Info No. 6, June 2016 - Info about the workers Movement in Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, India

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New Edition of the TIPI Info published in June 2016

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we, the participants of the 4 countries from Turkey, Iran, Pakistan & India, in the World’s first Auto Workers Congress (14-18 October, 2015 in Sindelfingen– Germany), in order to focus our activities in the regional level, during consultations for a joint activity,

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TIPI-Info No. 4 - April. 2016

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TIPI-Info No. 3 - Mar. 2016

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TIPI Info No. 2 – Feb. 2016

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TIPI Info No. 1 – Jan. 2016

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TIPI Info                                    No. 1 – Jan. 2016

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2015 - new challenges for the Turkish workers' movement

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In 2015 the working class in Turkey showed that their will to strike reached new dimensions and that they developed new forms of action to protest against any oppression of the working class and against the barbarism of the capitalists. In May-June, the strike wave started at first mainly at the international capitalist corporations like Renault, Fiat and Ford. Soon the strike wave spread to the entire automotive and metal industry, which employs about 10,000 workers. The workers called this strike wave the "Storm of metal workers". 

 

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Autoworkers protest at the International Automobile Trade Show in Brazil

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Workers from automakers and auto parts companies carried out a protest demonstration at the International Automobile Trade Show in São Paulo demanding effective measures from Dilma Rousseff’s government (PT) in order to guarantee the jobs in these sectors.