TOPIC Egyptian Trade Union Federation
The Egyptian Iron and Steel Company: A symbol of optimism grows old
Beesan Kassab | Many employees believe that the company will be liquidated in as soon as two months.
Labor union elections are back, but with few promises
Hadeer El-Mahdawy and Mohamed Hamama | Bureaucratic hurdles, political messages and a legal stand against hopes for liberated labor unions
Parliament stacked against labor interests?
Jano Charbel | The new Parliament, which convened for the first time in January, is reviewing several pieces of legislation
Why are Egypt’s independent trade unions on trial?
Jano Charbel | A Giza court commenced a case against Egypt’s independent trade unions on Sunday, filed by
A uniting union
Jano Charbel | Behind Tunisia’s ongoing presidential elections, with a run-off already scheduled for December 28,
On Labor Day, Egypt’s trade unions divided over presidential campaigns
Jano Charbel | The upcoming presidential elections are further polarizing the ranks of Egypt’s already divided trade
Parliament issues amendments to trade union law
Trial to outlaw independent labor unions referred to Egypt’s highest court
Sisi allows unelected board members of state-run trade union to stay another year
Supreme Court rules against bank’s attempt to punitively relocate trade unionist
Egyptian, Tunisian, Libyan labor unions coordinate to evacuate workers in Libya
Labor leader questions legality of new union for Egyptians working in Lebanon
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