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Govt moves to outlaw strikes, but is it promoting production?
Jano Charbel |   In an effort to stabilize the national economy, Egypt’s authorities have repeatedly called on
Mahalla highlights workers’ high expectations of Sisi
Jano Charbel | Although he has not proposed any specific labor reforms, presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seems
From Mahalla
Tom Rollins |   A horse-drawn cart sends ripples down a flooded street in one of Mahalla’s many working-class
Strikes in public sector textile companies reach new high
Jano Charbel | A labor uprising in the textile industry is witnessing an unprecedented number of factory occupations,
The death of a sector
Jano Charbel | “Egypt is known to the world for its quality long-staple cotton.” This line would resonate to almost
Labor politicized or politicized labor
Jano Charbel | Security crackdowns against two labor strikes — at the Suez Steel Company and Scimitar Petroleum Company
 
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Mahalla textile workers temporarily call off strike, 5 strike leaders face disciplinary hearings
Mahalla textile workers initiate partial strike, warn of comprehensive industrial action
Textile workers end strike, warn of escalation if bonuses don’t materialize
Kafr al-Dawwar joins Mahalla textile workers on 5th day of strike
Workers strike over unpaid bonuses at Egypt’s largest textile company
Workers claim increasing punitive measures are the result of state discrimination
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