NATIONAL STRIKE of INDONESIAN WORKERS ON 28 , 29 , 30 OCTOBER 2013 | Indonesian workers movement | Scoop.it
NATIONAL STRIKE of INDONESIAN WORKERS 28 , 29 , 30 OCTOBER 2013 Starting from the meeting and consolidation between the Confederation of Indonesian Unions (KSPI) and the Workers Joint Secretariat (Sekber Buruh) in the early weeks of September 2013, they agreed on a meeting involving all elements of national workers in Indonesia. As the preparation for the consolidation, they formed the Preparation Committee of National Consolidation that has been intensely discussing on the preparation and materials of consolidation. This Committee has been working effectively and has decided to held a national meeting of Indonesian labor movement on 30 September 2013 at the Gedung Joeang 45, Central Jakarta. Labor representatives, trade unions, community workers, alliances and federations attended the meeting. Recorded, at least there were 18 provinces came with more than 100s union representatives. The National consolidation then composed some important formulas related to the future of Indonesian labour movement by conducting joint work test within short time/term. Thus, they compiled some struggle priorities including: 1. Rejection of the low wage politics by using the strategy of struggling for 50 % wage raise or an increase of about 3,7 million Rupiahs from 2.2 million rupiahs 2. Elimination of outsourcing system Those two issues become the central issues of the Indonesian labour Movement since the end of year is the struggle moment for wage raise for Indonesian workers and 19 November 2013 is the final deadline for all companies in Indonesia to comply the Stipulation of the Manpower and Transmigration Minister (Permenakertrans) of RI No . 19 year 2012 related to the elimination of outsourcing system. In addition, the other issues also discussed during the meeting were land for farmer, lower prices of basic needs for people, rejection of free trade and other issues. The National consolidation in the Gedung Joeang 45 has also decided on the National Strike which will be held on 28 - 30 October 2013. While the Strike Declaration was declared at the Hotel Indonesia Roundabout (Bundaran HI), intercepted by the national strike plan held by the outsourcing workers of the State Power Company (PT . PLN ( Persero)). In Central Java the outsourcing workers of PLN, who joined in the Federation of National Power Trade Union (FSPLN) of Central Java and Yogyakarta regions, launched the strike to begin on October 23, 2013 until October 30, 2013. The general strike will be preceded by a rally to the Office of Central Java Governor on October 21, 2013 where the workers will stay over there. Based on the last records, the organizations joined in this strike are: 1. KSPI: FSPMI. ASPEK INDONESIA, FSP KEP, SP PAR Ref, SP PPMI, FSP Farkes Ref, FSP, ISI PGRI 2. SEKBER BURUH: GSPB, FPBI, SBTPI, Federasi Progresip, FBLP, SBMI, SBM, SPCI, SERBUK Karawang, Front Jakarta, SMI, SPRI, Pembebasan, Perempuan Mahardika, PPI, KPO-PRP, Politik Rakyat, PPR, SBIJ, SPKAJ, KPOP 3. Federasi Serikat Pekerja BUMN Strategis – FSP. BUMNS 4. Federasi Serikat Pekerja Pulp & Kertas Indonesia –FSP2KI 5. Federasi Serikat Buruh Kerakyatan – FSBK Jawa Timur 6. KSBSI 92 7. FKI 8. SPSI LEM Jakarta 9. SP TSK 10. FSBI 11. OPSI 12. FSPOI 13. Serikat Pekerja Karyawan - Pindo Deli 14. GEBER (Gerakan Bersama) PEKERJA 15. Federasi Serikat Perjuangan Buruh Independen Gresik OS 16. BUMN PETROKIMIA GRESIK 17. FSPBI - KASBI Gresik 18. SPM (Serikat Pekerja Mandiri) 19. Forum Buruh DKI 20. Forum Buruh Bogor Bersatu ( FB3) 21. Buruh Bekasi Bergerak ( BBB) 22. Aliansi Buruh Jawa Timur (ABUT) 23. Perwakilan Daerah Konfederasi Serikat Pekerja Indonesia (Perda KSPI) 24. Gerakan Buruh Demak (Gebrak) 25. Persatuan Buruh Solo Raya (Prabusora) 26. Aliansi Buruh Ungaran 27. SPCI 28. Asamurat Kota Pekalongan 29. Persatuan Buruh Kendal 30. Front Buruh Cilacap 31. Federasi Serikat Pekerja Listrik Nasional (FSPLN) 32. ABS (Aliansi Buruh Sumut) 33. LBH Jakarta 34. KONTRAS 35. YLBHI 36. Imparsial. 37. TURC
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