After an 800-km, eight-day march, the protesters arrived in Lima where they were received by various organizations, including the Confederacion General de Trabajdores del Peru (CGTP), the Sindicato Unitario de Trabajadores en la Educacion del Peru (SUTEP), the Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadoras del Hogar, the Movimiento de los Sin Techo, and the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores del Peru (CUT).
What does CUT stand for?
CUT stands for Central Unitaria de Trabajadores (Spanish: Confederation of Workers; various locations)
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He said these groups include Frente Popular Francisco Villa, Bloque de Organizaciones Sociales, and the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores.
For the Confederacion General de Trabajadores del Peru (CGTP) and the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores del Peru (CUT Peru), naming Valdes prime minister shows that the Humala administration is moving to the right and toward militarization.
The Central Unitaria de Trabajadores (CUT) said it hoped to bring half a million protestors to oppose AFTA and Uribe's efforts to change the Constitution so he can run for a second presidential term next year.
4 million state employees participated nationwide, according to the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores de Colombia (CUT).
Central Unitaria de Trabajadores (CUT) leader Carlos Rodriguez said the government was trying to get Congress to approve what the voters rejected.