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Kildare RSF support Green Isle workers

category kildare | worker & community struggles and protests | press release author Friday October 30, 2009 17:18author by Saoirse - Republican Sinn Feinauthor email saoirse at iol dot ieauthor address 223 Parnell St, Dublin 1author phone 01 8729747 Report this post to the editors


Kildare Republican Sinn Féin will be supporting the protest for the Green Isle workers being held in Naas on Saturday (October 31). In a statement Kildare based Vice President Des Dalton said that a war was being waged on working people throughout Ireland.


“A war is being waged on the workers of Ireland. Workers need to realise that the ‘race to the bottom’ in relation to wages, and the hard fought for terms and conditions effects every worker effects everyone. The spirit of the ‘Irish Ferries dispute’ needs to be revived, workers need to organise and be prepared to actively defend their rights in the workplace and if need be on the streets. The struggle of the Green Isle workers is the struggle of every working person. The old trade union slogan has never been more apt ‘an injury to one is the concern of all’” Des Dalton said.

Related Link: http://www.rsf-kildare.ie
author by Villagerpublication date Fri Oct 30, 2009 17:51Report this post to the editors

What time is it on at? and where exactly, my knowledge of Naas isn't great.

Thanks

author by protesterpublication date Fri Oct 30, 2009 18:34Report this post to the editors

Green Isle workers protest will assemble at Devoy Park, near Aras Cill Dara at 2.00pm on Saturday October 31.

 
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