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Condemn the massacre of garment workers in Bangladesh

Once again, this time, more than 1100 workers’ lives, mostly women, were perished so brutally. Garment worker were massacred in Rana Plaza in Dahka and we all know that not only the owners of the plaza and factory owners but also the government of Bangladesh and multinational corporations, including European and North American companies, are responsible for this mass killing and must be hold accountable.

 

Once again, this time, more than 1100 workers’ lives, mostly women, were perished so brutally. Garment worker were massacred in Rana Plaza in Dahka and we all know that not only the owners of the plaza and factory owners but also the government of Bangladesh and multinational corporations, including European and North American companies, are responsible for this mass killing and must be hold accountable.

Last year about the Bengali clothing sweatshops’ fire disaster we emphasized that without the support of strong movements from consumers and unions and other labor organizations in solidarity with sweatshop workers, there’s little hope for any positive change in their unsafe working conditions.

This tragedy once again reminds us that we need to strengthen real worker to worker solidarity and fight back against these inhuman working conditions. The capitalist system and its thirst for cheap labour is the cause of all this and we have no other choice but to keep fighting back.

In solidarity with our sister and brothers and fellow comrades in Bangladesh

International Alliance in Support of Workers in Iran (IASWI)

May 2013

Written by IASWI

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