Friday, 16 April 2010

TV International: May Day in Iran and latest from Jamal Saberi

TV International interviews Bahram Soroush from the WPI's Labour Solidarity Committee on the First of May preparations in Iran and the struggle to hold May Day celebrations under the Islamic regime's ban on independent unions and attack on union activists. In the second part of the interview we talk about the proposed cut to subsidies, the economic pressure on workers and the revolutionary movement of the people. Also the call from WPI to make May Day an international day of solidarity with workers and people in Iran.

TV International continues its coverage of the Free Jamal! campaign to save Jamal Saberi, an Iranian activist from deportation from Japan to Iran. With the latest of Farshad Hosseini's mission in Japan to lobby for Jamal's release from detention.

1 comment:

  1. I love May Day.

    Is there going to be a connection between the working class May Day and the 'Where is My Vote?' rebellion movement?