In the last few days five trade
unionists have been sacked by the A.L.L.
(América Latina Logística S.A.) railway company (two in
Bauru, one in Campo
Grande and two in Corumbá), but the attack may become broader and the number of
trade unionists that may be sacked is 23. We are appealing to all readers to
take part in the protest campaign.
The recent municipal elections in Brazil have revealed a contradictory process, with the PT gaining in smaller towns and rural areas but losing ground in its traditional industrial urban strongholds. But there were some exceptions: where the Marxists of the PT stood the party vote went up massively and several were elected.