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Interview with Hassan Juma ’ a Awad, head of Basra Oil Union
mashriq / arabia / iraq | workplace struggles | non-anarchist press Wednesday April 06, 2005 17:57 by Corporate Watch
The Basra Oil Union – which is independent of any political or religious affiliation –has been a powerful force in Iraq's largest industry. Representing 23,000 workers in the oil industry in the south of Iraq, it grew out of the South Oil Company (SOC) Union, and now combines ten trade union councils in nine Iraqi oil companies in Basra, Amara and Nassiriyah.
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