President-elect Park, Solve the 5 Urgent Labour Issues!


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On 25th February the new Korean President Park Guenhye will take office. She is now highlighting "Social Inclusion" as a principle of her new government. However, so far she has never provide any specific initiative to improve workers' right and their livelihood


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Since her election, KCTU has devoted itself on the 5 burning labour issues to put pressure on the new government to deal with them in urgent manner. 


A sit-in has launched in front of the Seoul City-hall. Representatives of various labour and social movement organisations are joining this sit-in. 


On 23 of February, with 2 days ahead of the inauguration ceremony of the new government, KCTU stages a national workers rally with  5 demands;


- Recognize the KGEU and to reinstate the 137 KGEU members and 165 KPTU members fired for their union activities;


- Urge Hanjin Heavy Industry to withdraw their lawsuit against the union’s leader and reinstate the dismissed workers;  


-Work with Parliament to launch an investigation into the Ssangyong mass layoffs as promised and to ensure the reinstatement of dismissed workers; 


- Urge Hyundai, and indeed the manufacturing industry, to respect the Supreme Court’s decision with regard to the use of in-house dispatch work; 


- Take enforcement actions against anti-union retaliation by employers and the establishment of company unions, especially in YPR. 


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Solidarity Letter Korea Feb 2013 Final_ES.docx 

Solidarity Letter Korea Feb 2013 - FR.docx