KCTU “Large-scale rally in Seoul on the 13th of next month…The general strike started yesterday”

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The National Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) announced that it would hold a large-scale assembly-style national workers’ conference in Seoul on the 13th of next month.

The KCTU held a press conference today (21st) at the KCTU office in Jung-gu, Seoul and said, “We will hold a national workers’ conference in Seoul on November 13 to inherit the spirit of martyr Jeon Tae-il.” We will strongly unite and solidarize with the

A KCTU official said, “We will hold a large-scale assembly in Seoul.” “We will continue to convey to the government the position that ‘we will hold the assembly while observing quarantine rules regardless of where it is located in a stable space.'”

If the Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) holds the National Workers’ Congress as scheduled, it is likely that friction with the police will arise, similar to the strike held yesterday at the intersection of Seodaemun Station.

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency has organized an investigation headquarters to investigate illegal acts of strike meetings.

The investigation headquarters has requested the attendance of about 10 officials of the KCTU.

The KCTU is also scheduled to hold a resolution conference on the 4th of next month to secure basic labor rights and abolish irregular workers, but the location, scale, and method have yet to be determined.

The KCTU revised the number of people who gathered at the Seodaemun Station intersection yesterday from 27,000 to 24,000, and revised the number of gatherings at 14 strike meetings nationwide, including Seoul (Seodaemun Station intersection) from 80,000 to 70,000. I did.

(Photo = Yonhap News)

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