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18 de Febrero de 2011

El levantamiento egipcio sigue alimentado por los trabajadores que se declaran en huelga por todo el país

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Desde el levantamiento popular que derrocó al ex presidente Hosni Mubarak, miles de trabajadores de todo Egipto se han declarado en huelga. Sus demandas van desde subidas salariales hasta la eliminación de funcionarios corruptos afiliados al Partido Nacional Democrático de Mubarak. La corresponsal de Democracy Now! Anjali Kamat habla con Khaled Ali, abogado laboralista del Centro Egipcio para la Defensa de los Derechos Económicos y Sociales.

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