The new government of Donald Tusk is not going to enjoy its honeymoon. The trade unions have warned on the scale and brutality of the proposed “reforms” and they have been very loud in protesting against the reforms.
The wave of social disgruntlement has even reached
the state apparatus. The protest was started by the uniformed services.
It all . . . → Read More: The uniformed services protest. United we shall stand!
In Kunicki street, not far from the renovated building of the railway station in Lublin a small group of people is camped. A big white tent, brazier and a few flags with trade union emblems. On one side there is a pavement and on the other side a narrow corridor blocked by barriers. A few metres . . . → Read More: How to recycle an unwanted workforce?
The crisis has become something which has opened the way from rational assumptions to irrational behaviour. Using the excuse of a crisis the Polish government at every level has been trying to prove, ever more successfully, that they are completely detached from the needs of their own electorate. When they talk about saving the money they . . . → Read More: Students Strike against school closure in Bytom.
The more there is less dialogue, the more there is a crisis Wojciech Figiel talks to Anna Maria Darmanin.
WF : What are the duties of the Economic and Social Committee?
AMD: We are the advocates of a European Citizens Society and the citizens of Europe. It is through us that they can comment on current regulations in . . . → Read More: Interview with Anna Maria Darmanin
A bad message for society is carried in the Premier’s exposé. It causes panic especially on what the future holds in the workplace. With a lot of fear I listened to these proposals, because they are the proposals of an accountant, a financier and not from a premier and they are supposed to depict a vision . . . → Read More: What do the unionists think? Reflections on the premier’s exposé
Randi Faerevik talks to Wojciech Figiel
WF: Why should trade unionists know what is fascism?
Because, fascism is above all an anti- trade union political theory. Fascists ,for some time have always been against the unionization of workers in trade unions. Fascists are also against the values that promote the workers movements like equality, social justice and multicultural . . . → Read More: We are in Solidarity with your movement