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2 de Mayo de 2008

25.000 trabajadores portuarios cierran los puertos de la Costa Oeste en una protesta histórica contra la guerra


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En lo que se ha convertido en la mayor huelga desde la invasión a Irak, los 29 puertos de la Costa Oeste han permanecido cerrados a causa de la huelga de veinticuatro horas realizada por unos veinticinco mil trabajadores portuarios para protestar contra la guerra. Hablamos con Jack Heyman, del Sindicato Internacional de Estibadores y Almacenistas (ILWU, por sus siglas en inglés).