The sharp radicalisation within Serbian society continues, and was put in the spotlight once again last week by the third failed presidential election in a row. The working people of Serbia simply stayed at home, ignoring the government calls to go out and elect a president. The election results clearly showed just how deep the crisis in the country is, and how unpopular and weak the pro-western ruling caste is in reality. From Pobunjeni Um Editorial Board.
On April 1, 2004 around 200 workers of the Slovenian company Comet, the main
producer of wet stones in Slovenia, went on strike. They have now been striking
for one week and it seems that the strike will not come to an end if the workers
do not get what they demand. In the recent period there has been an ascent in
the class struggle in the
Slovenian industrial sector. Following the workers' strike in Unior company,
which produces all kinds of tools from screwdrivers, spanners, tongs etc., this
has been the fourth strike in the industrial sector this year.
70 years ago the mining and industrial region of Asturias in Spain
witnessed one of the most fascinating revolutions in the history of the
20th century. During the course of 15 days men and women fought to
establish a new society free of exploitation and ruled by the
principles of workers’ democracy. This was the beginning of the