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  1. 2005/01/19
    혼란:민주노총의 새해인사
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  2. 1970/01/01
    민주노총 추석 귀향 선전전
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"민주주의"...

...MADE IN S. KOREA

 


 

Last month in Pyeongtaek: the S. Korean military is torturing protesters (against the

relocation of USFK troops from Yongsan to south of Seoul)

 

source: 민중의소리, nodong-ui sori

http://www.nodong.com/zero/zboard.php?id=gallery&no=17

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비정규 노동..

S. Korean Semi official news agency Yonhap reported 5.21..

 

Non-regular workers bill sparks concern over strike

 

The passage of a non-regular workers bill by a South Korean parliamentary committee is drawing fire from local labor and management and fueling concerns over a nationwide strike feared to hurt economic growth, labor sources said Tuesday.

The proposal approved on Monday by the parliamentary committee on environment and labor is aimed at allowing companies to hire workers more freely, while setting guidelines to prevent discrimination between regular and non-regular workers in terms of pay, social security and medical insurance benefits.

If the bill becomes law next month, companies will also be obliged to treat non-regular workers they have hired for more than two years as regular workers.

It is expected to go into effect in stages starting in 2007 at companies and plants that have more 300 workers, and be applicable to all businesses from 2009 with the exception of those with less than four people.

Local umbrella labor organizations claimed the railroading of the motion conflicted with the bill's original aim of reducing the number of non-regular workers.

The 800,000-strong Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) are set to launch a nationwide strike on Tuesday, saying that lawmakers ignored the wishes of workers.

"Lawmakers of the Uri and Grand National parties should have tried to iron out two or three remaining issues of contention instead of pushing for the controversial bill," said Dan Byung-ho, a lawmaker from the minor opposition Labor Democratic Party. He said the party supported the call by the KCTU for a walkout.

The former labor activist argued that instead of reducing non-regular workers, the new law could actually cause their proliferation.

Dan also said because of loopholes, big companies like Hyundai Motor Co., which has a large number of non-regular workers, may opt to pay the fine for violating any new law rather than adhering to the rules.

This view was echoed by Lee Soo-bong, a spokesperson for the KCTU. He said the bill compromised the rights of laborers and that the union could never recognize its validity.

"We will call on all workers to oppose the new changes until lawmakers reconsider the proposal from scratch," the representative said. He said lawmakers should have limited the areas in which non-regular workers can be hired.

According to Labor Ministry statistics, the number of non-regular workers, which stood at 3.60 million in 2001, soared to 5.48 million this year. This is equivalent of about 37 percent of the country's 14.96 million workers. Labor unions claimed that the number of non-regular workers actually stood at 8.50 million.

Management, however, said lawmakers were caving in to the demands of labor and not considering the position of entrepreneurs.

"The bill gives the impression of siding with labor, and if it becomes law, companies will be compelled not to use non-regular workers," said Jeong Dae Sun, a labor expert at the Federation of Korean Industries. The executive said the extra expenses that must be paid will eventually cause companies to hold back on hiring.

Under the rules, the disparity in wages between regular and non-regular workers will be cut. At present, an average non-regular worker earns 1.16 million won a month, about 62 percent of the 1.85 million won for average regular workers. The disparity can be cut to a difference of about 20 percent.

Echoing Jeong's view, an owner of a car parts maker, pointed out that the increase in non-regular workers is the result of hard times faced by most companies that had to trim excesses following the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis. The entrepreneur, who declined to be identified, said small companies will not be able to cope with increased wage demands if they follow the new law. He predicted that many firms will do less hiring and workers who are hired will not be retained for more than two years.

"This is bad because it will require entrepreneurs to retrain new workers on a regular basis, which can hurt efficiency and quality," the businessman said.

Meanwhile, the business community and government called for the cancellation of the strike by labor unions. They claimed that the domestic economy is making a comeback from the sluggishness of the past few years and that a strike will be bad for all concerned.

In particular, government officials said that since the walkout staged by the KCTU is timed to coincide with a strike by workers of the Korea Railroad Corp. (KORAIL), the economic damage will be magnified.

"It is impossible to estimate the effects of the KCTU and KORAIL strikes on the economy, but they could be severe," said a official at the Ministry of Finance and Economy.

He said if changes are adopted by all parties, it can help curb the number of non-regular workers and make it possible to create at least 500,000 new jobs every year instead of the 300,000-400,000 created in the past.

The official added that if companies give equal pay and benefits to non-regular workers after a set period of time, it can contribute to economic growth because more money will circulate in the economy and generate higher gross domestic product.

http://english.yna.co.kr/Engnews/20060228/640000000020060228151105E9.html

 

 

 

Wow..

Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) are set to launch a nationwide strike on Tuesday

..this will change a lot... one day strike by perhaps max. 100.000 participants all across S. Korea.. usually reduced to some rallies for about 2 hours..

 

There are at least 8.000.000 irregular workers in S.K.!!!!


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자본가 현실

ONE SIDE OF THE REALITY..

 

Karin Horlitz, a woman from Dennewitz, East Germany, is beginning every morning her work at 4 a.m and finishing it usually at 9 p.m. and this 6 days a week.

She has 3 jobs... and she can survive.., the German daily newspaper Berliner Zeitung wrote yesterday. So she can spend about 850 Euro per month, but a large part of this money is already gone. For health insurance, instalments for the car, she needs for her work, and the credits for her house, the newspaper continued.

Finally for eating and drinking just 150 Euro are remaining for her each month.

 

..AND THE OTHER SIDE

 

Just before yesterday nearly all German newspaper, very infuriated..., wrote about the fact that J. Ackermann, the boss of Deutsche Bank, is earning 11.900.000 Euro per year. About 14.230.000.000 Won!!! Last year his sellary was increasing by 1.8 Million Euro.

But Ackermann is just the peak of the iceberg... Nearly all of the top managers of the main German companies are earning several Million Euro per year. And while every year the profits of this companies are massive increasing, thousands of the employees were dismissed. And the remaining workers must work more and more longer for the same money or if they are not willing to do so, they are threatened by more mass dismissals.

 

 

I think there is no further comment necessary...

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香港: 反WTO #9

Just a short while ago(around pm8:30) semi-official news agency YONHAP reported:

 

Three S. Koreans face trial in Hong Kong after 8 released

 

HONG KONG, Jan. 11 (Yonhap) -- Eight of 11 South Koreans were released Wednesday after Hong Kong's prosecution opted not to charge them for organizing an illegal assembly during a recent meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) here.

The remaining three will be charged with the offense, which carries a maximum prison sentence of five years, Hong Kong prosecutors said.

The three defendants are Park In-hwan, 31, and Yun Il-kwon, 36, both South Korean farmers, and Yang Kyung-kyu, 46, an official from the nation's umbrella labor organization. All of them pleaded innocent to a charge of unlawful assembly.

Their trial was scheduled for March 1-7.

The court lifted an exit ban on the three and allowed them to be released on bail. The 11 South Koreans are expected to return home on Friday.

The suspects were arrested along with some 1,000 protesters from South Korea and other countries after attempting to disrupt the December meeting of WTO ministers in Hong Kong.

All were released shortly after their arrest except for the 11 South Koreans, one Taiwanese, one Japanese and a Chinese national. They were put on trial on suspicion of staging violent acts against Hong Kong police officers during their Dec. 17 rally.

Charges against the Taiwanese, Japanese and Chinese protesters were later dropped.

The 11 South Koreans have threatened to stage a new round of massive protests here unless all of their compatriots are released free of charge.

Jun Jae-hwan, head of the militant Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, also warned earlier in the week that such demonstrations may get "out of control"(^^) if staged.

The South Koreans have been waging a hunger strike at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry pier since last week, claiming the charges brought against them are based on false, or fabricated, evidence.

The trial of the South Korean protesters is expected to take weeks if not months, according to legal experts here.

http://english.yna.co.kr/Engnews/20060111/610000000020060111203115E9.html

 

 

Voice of People(in Korean):

http://www.voiceofpeople.org/new/2006011135661.html

 

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香港: 反WTO #8

WITHOUT ANY COMMENT:

 

All eyes on WTO protesters

 

By Keith Bradsher The New York Times

MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2006

 

The prosecution of 14 people here after a violent demonstration at the World Trade Organization conference last month is turning into a contentious and diplomatically sticky issue for the governments of Hong Kong, China and South Korea.

Labor union federations and social groups, primarily from Asia and Europe, are trying to portray the 14 as "WTO political prisoners." They held a small march Monday in Hong Kong and said they had sent delegations to deliver letters, and in some cases hold demonstrations, at Chinese consulates and embassies in New York, Bangladesh, Belgium, Hungary, Thailand and Switzerland.

Legal proceedings against the demonstrators are scheduled to begin this week.

The prosecution of the protesters has drawn considerable attention in South Korea, with three of the country's most famous film and soap opera stars issuing a recent appeal for their release.

All but three of those facing prosecution are South Korean citizens.

The prosecution also coincides with considerable resentment in South Korea of China's tough treatment of refugees from North Korea, many of whom have been repatriated to face long prison terms and even execution.

The South Korean government has appealed to the Hong Kong government repeatedly to release the protesters here, all of whom are men. But the Hong Kong authorities have refused, pointing out that the protest on the night of Dec. 17 left 137 people injured, including 67 police officers.



"Hong Kong is a place where the rule of law is strongly upheld," said Wong Yan-lung, Hong Kong's secretary for justice, after meeting in Hong Kong on Monday with three opposition lawmakers from South Korea who complained about the prosecution. "This case is being processed in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong and our established and announced prosecution policy."

Britain returned Hong Kong to China in 1997, but the territory, now designated a special autonomous region, retains its own independent legal system. Large pro-democracy demonstrations here over the past two years have been peaceful, and government officials have expressed worries that local radicals might misinterpret leniency toward the WTO protesters as a willingness to tolerate violence.

South Korea and China have been closely aligned in strongly criticizing Japan for not doing more to acknowledge crimes committed during World War II. They have built a very close commercial relationship in the past two decades.



Hong Kong has close to 7,000 South Korean citizens, and Lee Kyu Hyung, South Korea's vice foreign minister, came here two days after the protest to express regret for the confrontation, and to ask for the release of all detainees.

The protesters, 11 of whom began a hunger strike last Thursday, contend they are innocent and are victims of mistaken identity.

Yang Kyung Kyu, the president of the Korean Federation of Transportation, Public and Social Services Workers' Unions and one of the 14 protesters being prosecuted, said at a news conference here on Monday that the Hong Kong police lacked experience in distinguishing people of Korean descent.

The police encircled the protesters on the night of Dec. 17 and then arrested more than 1,000 of them the following morning. It released all except 14 of them a day later.

All 14 have been released on bail but have not been allowed to leave the territory, with the exception of one who is a Taiwanese student and has been allowed to go home for exams. Another protester is Japanese and the last is a mainland Chinese citizen.

The first court hearing is scheduled for Wednesday. The protesters have been charged with unlawful assembly and officials have said that they are considering other charges, including assaulting police officers.


Many in Hong Kong were shocked by televised scenes of protesters who managed to get around police officers in riot gear and began using plywood boards and steel pipes to strike lightly protected officers. One police officer was hospitalized for 10 days, but most were treated and released the night of the protest.

Police officers have long enjoyed high social standing in Hong Kong, allowing thousands of working class men and women and their children to move up the social ladder.

 

 

朝鮮日報:

 

Hong Kong Faces Second Wave of Korean Protestors


The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions has threatened to dispatch a second army of Korean protestors (^^) to Hong Kong unless a court there throws out charges of illegal assembly against a group of 11 Koreans who were arrested in violent demonstrations in the territory last month...

http://english.chosun.com/w21data/html/news/200601/200601090021.html

 

 

YONHAP (English&Korean):

 

Labor group threatens new protests in Hong Kong

 

HONG KONG, Jan. 9 -- The head of a South Korean labor umbrella organization on Monday threatened further protests in Hong Kong unless a group of South Korean farmer activists arrested there are acquitted of all criminal charges and released immediately.

Jun Jae-hwan, head of the militant Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), said his organization would dispatch 1,000 protesters if Hong Kong's court decides to convict any of the 11 South Korean protesters on trial.

The charged farmers joined more than 1,000 of their compatriots in staging anti-globalization rallies here during the December meeting of WTO ministers.

A total of 1,001 South Koreans were detained, but the rest were released without charge while. The other 11 faced trial on suspicion of staging violent rallies.

They have been waging a hunger strike since Thursday, claiming their charges have been fabricated.

The Hong Kong police on Friday admitted to making "minor mistakes" in handling the South Korean protesters, such as holding up the translation service for them during their investigation.

But Jun, who arrived here to observe the trial that is slated for Wednesday, claimed the Hong Kong prosecution was unlikely to withdraw its charges, and said his organization is preparing to stage a second round of street protests depending on the outcome of Wednesday's ruling.

"(The organization) will try to stage the second round of the demonstration rallies peacefully, but (its) leadership may not be able to control the protesters once they become emotional," Jun told reporters while visiting the protesters.

KCTU officials claimed the South Korean protesters were also drawing much sympathy from Hong Kong citizens, who have donated some 130 million won (US$132,000) so far to help with their legal expenses.

More than 3,000 Hong Kong citizens have also signed a petition calling for the acquittal of the South Koreans, according to the officials.

A group of some 400 civic activists from here were to hold a candlelight vigil in front of the house of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsang later in the day, the officials said.

 

 

민노총 "시위대 억류시 1천명 홍콩 원정시위"..

`한국 시위대 석방촉구'
반 WTO 한국 원정시위대가 9일 무죄석방을 요구하며 5일째 단식농성을 벌이고 있는 홍콩 침사추이 페리터미널 앞에서 홍콩시민들이 이들의  조속한 석방을 촉구하며 성명에 서명하고 있다./정주호 특파원/국제뉴스부  기사참조/국제/                  2006.1.9 (홍콩=연합뉴스)

 

시위대 무죄방면촉구 페리터미널 단식농성 닷새째


    (홍콩=연합뉴스) 정주호 특파원 = 민주노총은 한국 시위대가 조속히 무죄  방면되지 않을 경우 또다시 1천명의 시위대를 홍콩에 파견, 대규모 시위를 벌이겠다고 9일 밝혔다.

    시위대 지원을 위해 홍콩을 방문한 전재환 민주노총 위원장은 오는 11일 재판에서 시위대에 대해 공소취하나 무죄 판결이 이뤄지지 않을 경우 오는 20∼22일  사이 300명의 선발대에 이어 모두 1천명의 원정 시위대를 재차 파견하겠다고 밝혔다.

    그는 홍콩 경찰의 현재 태도로 본다면 시위자들의 공소취하 가능성이 그렇게 높지 않다며 "2차 원정투쟁을 평화적으로 진행하겠지만 시위대의 감정이 격화되면  지도부도 이들을 통제하기 어렵다"고 덧붙였다.

    단식농성중인 양경규 민주노총 공공연맹 위원장은 민주노총과 전농 및 각  사회단체가 이런 방침을 정하고 11일 재판 결과에 따라 조직별로 2차 원정시위를 준비하고 있다고 말했다.

    양 위원장을 비롯한 시위대 11명은 구속후 보석 석방된 뒤 일본인 시위자  스케 나카기리(中桐康介.30)와 함께 9일 현재 침사추이 페리 터미널 앞에서 천막을  치고 세계무역기구(WTO) 반대 및 무죄 방면을 주장하며 5일부터 닷새째 단식 농성을 벌이고 있는 중이다.

    단식 농성장 앞에 홍콩 시민단체가 마련해놓은 모금함에는 홍콩 시민과  관광객들이 지금까지 10만홍콩달러(1억3천만원)의 성금을 기탁했으며 3천여명이 석방을 촉구하는 성명에 서명했다.

    재판 참관차 홍콩을 방문중인 권영길 민주노동당 임시대표와 강기갑, 단병호 의원은 9일 홍콩 검찰 지휘를 맡고 있는 웡옌룽(黃仁龍) 율정사장(법무 담당 부총리격)을 만나 시위대에 대한 공정한 재판과 조속한 석방을 촉구했다.

    한편 홍콩 시민과 운동가 400여명은 8일 홍콩 도심에서 시위대 무죄방면 촉구를 위한 가두행진을 벌인데 이어 9일 오후에도 시위대 무죄방면을 위한 국제 단결 집회를 갖고 홍콩 정부청사 앞까지 가두행진을 벌였다.

    이들은 또 이날 저녁 도널드 창(曾蔭權) 홍콩 행정장관 관사 앞에서 촛불집회도 가질 예정이며 10일 오후부터는 쿤통(觀塘) 법원 앞에서 홍콩  시민단체 100여명이 공판 개시 직전까지 24시간 동조 단식농성을 벌일 계획이다.

    박민웅 공공연맹 사무총장은 "홍콩 당국의 기소 내용이 전혀 사실과 맞지  않기 때문에 이를 철회할 때까지 무죄 투쟁을 벌이기로 했다"며 "홍콩  시민들의  지지와 성원이 놀라울 정도"라고 말했다.

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새해 福 많이 받으세요

 

 

새해 

 

 

 

복많이 받으세요

 

-투쟁-

 

 

 

LET'S PLANT 2006 THE RED FLAG

ON THE TOP OF CHEONGWADAE

(let's turn it into a workers'

palace, a huge party hall..)!

 

 

 

FORGET IT!!

It was already happen...

...and we don't need it again!

 

 

 

What we need is a world without dictatorships (parlamentarian, "proletarian"...), just a free world

(aka communism, or however you want to call it...)!

 

 

 

 

LET'S FIGHT TOGETHER

 

 FOR A WORLD WITHOUT

 

 EXPLOITATION AND

 

 OPPRESSION!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

접수가 by 박준同志

http://www.nodong.com/joon/

 

 


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자본주의 박살내자! (updated)

 

FIGHT THE CAPITAL(ISM)!

 

성진애드컴 자본의

심장부를 향한

2차 진격투쟁의 날


- 장소 : 성진애드컴 천막 앞 집결

- 시간 : 12월 30일(금) 낮 12시


어느덧 성진애드컴 회사 점거 농성 10일째. 지난 화요일에는 투쟁의 승리를 앞당기기 위해 성진애드컴 회사의 서버가 있는 하이테크 공장을 향한 투쟁을 벌여냈습니다. 그날 성진애드컴 사장 김정호는 경찰을 앞세워 우리의 요구를 묵살하였고, 경찰은 성진 자본의 용역 경비인양 행세하면서 연대단위 동지들을 폭행하고 납치해갔습니다. 하지만 우리는 성진 투쟁의 승리를 앞당기기 위한 싸움을 또 다시 준비하고 있습니다. 올해 전에 반드시 승리하여 인쇄골에 밝은 새해를 드리우기 위해 2차 진격투쟁에 나섭니다. 이번에 우리가 향할 곳은 성진애드컴 회사의 인쇄상품이 드나드는 출고실입니다. 1차 진격투쟁 때 보여주었던 민주노조의 연대정신을 2차 투쟁에서도 보여줍시다!

 

 


 

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香港: 反WTO...

During I had to repair many of my last articles in S. Korean web sites (...) I found this really nice...

 

KOREAN STUDENT REPORT FROM HK

 

12.15

Hi~ All of our comrades in South Korea!
How do you do about struggle in Korea?
We're very exciting and happy in HongKong!

Most of HongKong people have no experience like Korea people.
Like hogh demonstration or march. So they look us little wired or
scared. Also HongKong media and newspaper broadcast 'our action is
very danger.'

But because of that, so many HongKong people see our march and
demonstration and take a lot of photo! Some people cheer to us!

And..

HongKong police is very soft and nice. Also they are very scared.
They don't know how to react our march or action.
So we trying to go convention center(place the WTO), they are very
confused and hard stop our march.
But they use pepper spray like 'CHOI-RU-TAN'.
If that spray powder contact our skin, very hot. especially eyes~
can't open eyes few minute. So we prepare water and cooking hoil
to protect our eyes.
But except that spray, situation is fine and easy than Korea.

Ah!

We do so many interview and meet student of HongKong from many
university. and finally we are on TV news five to seven time!

And today, Our interview and photo is on newspaper.
That newspaper is second huge newspaper in HongKong!!!
"Apple Daily"

AND..

HongKong is very bad place to use internet.
To use internet 1 hour, we pay 18 dollars. T_T

and..

HongKong people is very interest about our song, dance, slogan.
So some of students learn simple dance with us.

....

http://yd.jinbo.net/maybbs/view.php?db=yd&code=04freeboard&n=37235&page=948



"HongKong police is very soft and nice.."
진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

민주노총 "총"파업 #4

12.8: New Police Attacks Against

Striking Workers

 

Source of the pics: Minjung-ui Sori

 

 

A report you can read here. There you find also a video and many comments.

http://www.voiceofpeople.org/new/2005120833843.html

 

(perhaps later, if I find time - I have also to write now one article for a German paper, even I don't have a mind for that right now, because I'm just thinking about comrades in struggle, comrades who were already arrested, just few hours ago.., later I will write more about it - more about it in English...)

 

 

 

 

비정규 권리보장 입법쟁취 

전국노동자대회

일시 : 2005년 12월 9일(金) 14:30

장소 : 서울 종묘공원 (대회직후 광화문4거리까지 행진)

 

 

JUST FIGHT BACK!

 

LET'S FIGHT TOGETHER FOR A WORLD

WITHOUT EXPLOITATION AND OPPRESSION!

자본주의 박살내자!

-투쟁-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

민주노총 "총"파업 #3 (영상)

DARK AMBITIONS vs."총"파업(*) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The documentary was shot and produced by

"'High Speed' Hong Gil-dong from the Forest"

http://www.nodong.com/hong/

 

 

 

 

 

 

(*): a.k.a. the bright light of the REVOLUTIONARY FUTURE... ^^

 



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