Nation’s ‘elitist’ labor movement is consumed by factionalism
Ridwan Max Sijabat
The Jakarta Post
Despite an outward appearance of solidarity in support of demands for improving the welfare of the nation’s workers, local labor unions are divided and out of touch with a majority of their members.
The only thing contributing to the labor movement’s success over the last decade has been an increased number of unions, due to the political liberalization that followed the fall of the New...
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