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  1. 2018/05/31
    [5.31] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  2. 2018/05/30
    [5.30] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  3. 2018/05/29
    [5.29] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  4. 2018/05/28
    [5.28] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  5. 2018/05/27
    5.28(月): 민주노총'총파업'
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  6. 2018/05/25
    2018年5月24日 @'백악관'
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  7. 2018/05/24
    [5.24] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  8. 2018/05/23
    [5.23] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  9. 2018/05/22
    [5.22] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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  10. 2018/05/21
    [5.21] 大韓民國노동NEWS
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[5.31] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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[5.30] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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[5.29] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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Today's Hankyoreh reported the following: An amendment to the Minimum Wage Act including regular bonuses paid more than once a month and benefits such as food, transportation, and lodging expenses into the scope of the minimum wage was passed in a regular session of the National Assembly on the afternoon of May 28... The outcry from the labor world has been intense. The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) held a Seoul-area demonstration before the National Assembly...

 

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...with around 5,000 participants that day, as well as general strike rallies in 13 other cities around South Korea to call for an “end to discussions on changing the minimum wage for the worse”...(more you can read here)

 

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Already y'day evening(KST) a S. Korean activist reported the following: 80,000 KMWU members downed tools for at least 2 hours today to respond to KCTU's call for an urgent general strike against changes to Minimum Wage Act that would enable employers to "meet" minimum wage standards without actually raising workers' wages (it's simple, just apply new math calculations!).

Hyundai Motor workers led the strike wave downing tools at 1:30 pm (and separate strike for afternoon shift) and GM Korea workers held general assemblies for rank and file to heed the KCTU call.

For Kia Motor, Hyundai Heavy Industry and other workers who took action short of rank and file strike, the union branches had extended union officers' strike. Employers such as Hyundai Motor leafletted the workers with "illegal strike" rhetoric to intimidate workers from participating in the strike...


Related reports by the S. Korean independent/progressive media you can read here and here. Reports by KCTU's affiliated organizations you'll get here(KMWU) and here(KHMWU).

Meanwhile...

 

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Related article:
Relations between the government and labor rapidly cool down (Daily Labor News, 5.29)

 

 

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[5.28] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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Yesterday(5.27) afternoon in central Seoul: MTU and KCTU staged...

 

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...in front of Ministry of Labor(Seoul office). About 100 migrant workers and some of their Korean supporters joined the event...

 

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...where they demanded the following...

 

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KCTU's report(in Korean), incl. some pics, you'll get here.


 

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5.28(月): 민주노총'총파업'

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2018年5月24日 @'백악관'

Now, this is an unexpected pleasure...(^^)

 

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[5.24] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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Today(5.24) in the morning(KST) in front of the Philippine Embassy in Seoul: KCTU activists staged a protest rally to mark the "International day of action in solidarity with workers of the Philippines"...

 

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During a impromptu press conference...

 

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...they declared the following: Today is the International day of action in solidarity with workers of the Philippines. Protesting extrajudicial killing of trade union activists and dissidents, bolder violations of freedom of association, including mass arrests, detention and using armed soldiers to break up strikes, and martial law in Mindanao amid deteriorating democratic rights and reversion to "strongman" rule by Duterte regime. We stand in solidarity with the workers of the Philippines struggling in such difficult circumstances and we denounce the Duterte government anti-democratic repression of workers!

At the end of the protest rally/press conference KCTU's representatives...

 

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...delivered the following statement/protest note to the Philippine Embassy, resp. its staff:

 

On behalf of the Global South Trade Union Network (SIGTUR), an alliance and movement of democratic unions in the Southern Hemisphere, representing around 32 million workers; as well as on behalf of Korean Confederation of Trade Unions(KCTU), affiliated with SIGTUR, to express our grave concerns on the human and trade union rights violation by the government of President Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines.

Since the inauguration of the Duterte’s government in 2016, the persecution, criminalization and violence against dissidents and critics of his regime has been constant. The policies implemented under the pretext of combating drug trafficking and terrorism in the country have generated the recurrent violation of civil and political rights for the Filipino people. There have been 141 extrajudicial killings, more than a thousand illegal arrests some of whom was detained, the forced evacuation of more than 400,000 Filipinos in the country, the occupation of more than 40,000 public places for military use and the murder of 29 human rights activists and union leaders during their two years in office. The people of the Philippines have been fighting for decades against the neoliberal policies that devastate their rights and put their economic and social liberation at risk. The arrival of President Duterte in 2016 was no exception to this story. Even though he claimed himself left and socialist and promised to push a reforms in favor of the people and the working class, his almost two years in power have not shown changes. On the contrary, Duterte showed himself to be an ironclad follower of neoliberal policies and of curtailing rights for the working class of his predecessors.

The flexibilization of labour has been deepened and it contributed in intensification of the attacks on wages, employment and labor rights. The deregulation of the power of the large multinational companies increased poverty among the people. Fundamental labour rights such as the right to organize, the minimum wage, the right to strike and collective bargaining are curtailed.

In that sense, the KCTU and the SIGTUR condemn and express our denunciation of the abuses of human rights carried out by the Duterte government. The situation is critical and that is why we raise our voice in an international day of action that shows the solidarity of the workers in the global south. We also urge the Filipino government to fully respect the human rights in the country, the immediate cessation of persecution and criminalization of dissidents and critics of the government and we advocate for peace and the end of violence in the country.

 

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[5.23] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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[5.22] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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Well, that's just a supplement to my yesterday's contribution, regarding Han Sang-gyun's release from prison...

There're at least 10 domestic media in S. Korea, published in English. But only the (bourgeois-conservative/reactionary)JoongAng Ilbo mentioned the topic...

 

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...and the "progressive"(according to Wikipedia)Hankyoreh reported more detailed ☞ Celebrated labor leader released from prison.

PS. And how about KCTU's (English)media outlet?? Just check it out...(^^)

 

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[5.21] 大韓民國노동NEWS

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Last Friday(5.18) KCTU issued the following statement: "On May 21, our ex-president Han Sang-gyun will be freed on parole, after serving 2 years, 5 months and 12 days in prison on charge stemming from protesting the corrupt Park Geun-hye gov't. The new gov't under President Moon Jae-in, which was elected from the ‘candlelight movement’, spent one year and 12 days before it decided on the parole, at the time when Han has only 6 months and 20 days left to serve. In that sense, it is hard for us to express a simple ‘welcome’ on the news..."

Today at ten o'clock in the morning(KST) comrade Han Sang-gyun was able to leave the prison in Hwaseong(south of Seoul). He was greeted by more than hundred workers and citizens, who joined a welcoming ceremony, organized by KCTU...

 

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Here're just some impressions, photographed(&commented) by Chong Hye-won...

 

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Related, more detailed reports(in Korean) you'll get here, here, here and here.


 

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