The General Federation of Trade Unions denounced the terrorist bombing, calling it a crime against humanity and calling on Arab, regional and international vocational organizations to condemn this attack and halt the funding and arming of terrorists.
What does GFTU stand for?
GFTU stands for General Federation of Trade Unions
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Chairman of General Federation of Trade Unions Shban Azzouz, Ibrahim's brother, said that terrorists fired at Ibrahim's car on his way to al-Sheikh Saeid with his family, killing him, his wife and his two daughters.
In the light of the army's withdrawal and respect of the right to demonstrate peacefully, the general union for labor syndicates has decided to suspend the general strike and return to work on Monday," the General Federation of Trade Unions said.
Revitalising the national committee, which has agreed to affiliate to the General Federation of Trade Unions, was the next essential, Cornelius explained.
In a speech to the General Federation of Trade Unions (GFTU), the Welsh Secretary and Neath MP said the Low Pay Commission should be broadened into an Employment Rights Commission.
The IFTU's new partners are the General Workers Federation of Iraq and the General Workers Federation of the Republic of Iraq, both remnants of the state-supported General Federation of Trade Unions under Saddam Hussein.
The new president immediately stepped up the persecution of dissidents in the General Federation of Trade Unions (GFTU), Iraq's most powerful union, intimidating and torturing workers to flesh out dissidents, and appointing loyal apparatchiks to key positions.
She has broadcast and lectured extensively, and her publications include a History of the General Federation of Trade Unions, 1899-1980 (London, 1982); Margaretta Acworth's Georgian Cookery Book (edited jointly with Frank Prochaska, London, 1987); several guides to archives; museum booklets; and a range of articles on historical and professional library matters.