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We base our arguments on a wide range of sources, many of which have never been consulted, housed in Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom: the Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa, the Arquivo Historico das Comisiones Obreras em Espanha (Fundacao 1.
We agree with the early retirement, but not in putting some unacceptable wage cuts in the same bag," assured Ignacio Arribas, who is the representative of the Comisiones Obreras Union, which alleges the authority has not fulfilled the condition of the collective agreements for 2011 and 2012.
There was wide support (for the strike) on night shifts in the Madrid region," unions Comisiones Obreras and Union General de Trabajadores said in a joint statement.
Air traffic controllers, firemen, maintenance workers, administrative staff and other workers will stage a walkout between 0800 GMT to 0900 GMT, trade union Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) said.
Winton thanked the International Federation of Journalists and EFE's largest Madrid union, the Comisiones Obreras, for supporting the workers' fight for a fair contract.
The Comisiones Obreras union, a union for transportation employees, has said that about 14,000 union members will go on a 24-hour strike on 29 April and 4 May, affecting the country's 44 airports.
The mast famous of the new independent organizations were the Comisiones Obreras, the syndicates infiltrated and empowered by mostly Communist party militants.
The international coordination shows "we are looking at a historic moment in the European Union movement," said Fernando Toxo, head of Spain's biggest union, Comisiones Obreras.