Texte provenant de la brochure We Stand for Workers Liberty (Nous défendons la liberté des travailleurs) publiée par l’organisation trotskyste britannique Alliance for Workers Liberty.
Pablo Velasco reviews Workers in Cuba: Unions and labour relations. A 2011 update. (Institute of Employment Rights)
On the back of last week’s Cuban Communist Party congress, the first since the mid-1990s, the government of Raul Castro is going ahead with plans to lay-off around 500,000 state employees and open-u
An article on the front page of the Communication Workers’ Union website proclaims that it is now “more important than ever” to make solidarity with Cuba.
For many on the left Cuba continues to represent, if not a socialist paradise, at least progress of a sort.
Cuba's Stalinist rulers have begun the process of sacking 500,000 public-sector workers.
Cuba’s Stalinist government has said it will put 500,000 workers out of state employment next year. This interview with Sam Farber explains the background.
Fidel Castro is right. Hard to spit out, but absolutely right. Speaking to an American journalist and a policy analyst (as reported in the Guardian):
The US socialist magazine Against the Current has carried some debate about Cuba and Che Guevara in its recent issues.
Fidel Castro: “Thus has been the story of mankind; to struggle to overcome the laws of nature; to struggle to dominate nature and have it serve mankind.” (1966)
“Unless we conquer nature, nature will conquer us.” (1970)