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Argentina solidarity

Issue No. 1831

OVER 80 people came to a meeting organised by the Argentine Solidarity Campaign on Thursday of last week. They heard an inspiring talk from two workers from the one-year occupation at the Zanon ceramic factory in Neuquen, Argentina. The two workers, Natalio Navarrete and Mariano Pedrero, had attended the European Social Forum in Florence, and afterwards toured Italy addressing Fiat workers fighting job losses.

The occupation has support from unemployed workers and local students. The workers are now attempting to link up the 150 factories currently in occupation in Argentina.

The Other Cinema in Rupert Street, London W1, is showing films on Argentina from 1pm, Sunday 22 December, on the anniversary of the social uprising last year.
Pete Ainsley


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Sat 21 Dec 2002, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1831
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