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What does CWC stand for?

CWC stands for Ceylon Workers Congress (Sri Lanka)

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The delegation will separately meet the Leader of the Opposition and representatives of the Tamil National Alliance, the Sri Lankan Muslim Congress, the Ceylon Workers Congress and other upcountry political parties.
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".
He also said that the Ceylon Workers Congress, comprising mainly plantation workers of Indian descent, and the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress that were junior partners in his coalition had given assurances that they will not break ranks with the UNF.
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".
Yogarajan, the vice president of Ceylon Workers Congress, told Al Jazeera: "Whoever comes in has been registering but to ask them to come on a mass scale like this and to do it within eight hours is an impossible task and people are very scared as to why they are being summoned by the police in this manner".