The Mexican Electrical Workers Union (SME) celebrated its 95th anniversary on December 14 with cultural events and pledges to continue to fight for the jobs of its members. But now, two months since President Felipe Calderón’s liquidation of the state-owned Central Light and Power Company (Luz y Fuerza del Centro), seizure of the facilities, and firing of the 44,000 workers, and faced with the government’s intransigence, the union has been forced to change its strategy.
Mexican Electrical Workers Change Strategy in Face of Government Intransigence
Dec 31 2009
Dan La Botz