Coca cola workers still fighting in Indonesia

Workers at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia have been involved in a long running dispute in their attempts to set up their own independent union. The dispute began in 2015 when the workers were able to register their own union. The company responded by harassing members and eventually sacked its chairperson, Atra Narwanto and later suspended Lutfi Ariyanto, another union official. Coca Cola has a proven track record in the region for union busting. There is an ongoing international campaign by the IUF in support of the Indonesian Coca Cola workers.


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