Trade Union Congress Convened In Cuba

HAVANA TIMES — The National Council of the Cuba Workers Federation (CTC) on Saturday announced it would hold the twentieth congress of the labor organization next year, reported the Prensa Latina news agency.

The delegates in attendance at the National Council meeting discussed work efficiency, savings, payment systems and the role of the nearly 400,000 private sector workers.

The meeting was chaired by Cuba’s first vice president, Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, and Salvador Valdes, the secretary general of the only labor organization in Cuba.

The CTC has more than three million members.


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  • The workers under both capitalism and socialism need worker-owned cooperative corporations. Under socialism however, the state should take partial, silent ownership of these dynamic corporations.

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