Labor Day 2011: A day of outrage
Month: May 2011
Biggest show of protesters in May 1 ‘Day of Outrage’
By MARYA SALAMAT
Given their dim view of the current Philippine government, the protesters called on the people to join in changing “this kind of government and this rotten system.”
Mother of Eton accident victim still grieves, waits for justice
By PATRICIA REY LARA
Marissa Cristobal, mother of Benbon Cristobal, one of the victims of the Eton residences accident, could only hope for the best for her family. She admits that she still has not recovered from the death of her eldest son.
May 1 is igniting a flame that could burn Aquino
Press Statement Labor Day 2011 This year’s Labor Day bears witness to the display of outrage by the Filipino workers and people over the Aquino regime’s refusal to grant a significant wage hike amidst rising prices of basic goods and services, and petroleum products especially. It is an outrage directed at the hunger, poverty and…
Job fairs or job tricks?
Global alliance of overseas Filipino workers Migrante International today said that the government’s nationwide job and livelihood fairs on May 1 is just a cheap shot copy of the Arroyo regime’s scheme to hoodwink jobseekers during May 1. “Surely, local employment is always a welcome development as OFWs are fast losing their jobs because of…
Workers group to Noynoy: “P125 legislated wage hike, not alms!”
KMU-NCR calls for abolition of regional wage boards anew As the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board for the National Capital Region (RTWPB-NCR) hold its first public hearing on wage adjustments today, militant workers group, Kilusang Mayo Uno – National Capital Region storms the Department of Labor and Employment office in Manila to reiterate their…