The working-class history of the Gabonese Republic (Gabon)

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Gabonese University Teachers On Strike Again
PANA, 25 June 2000. Gabonese university lecturers and researchers Saturday voted, during general meetings in Franceville and Libreville, to go on another unlimited strike to press their demands because government authorities had failed to honour the promises made by President Omar Bongo on 13 May.
Negotiations Continue As Postal Staff End Strike
Panafrican News Agency (Dakar), 6 February 2001. Negotiations between the National Union of Posts and Telecommunications (SYNAPOSTEL) Workers and the general management of the Gabonese Post and Telecommunications Office (OPT) continued. The issue of free telephone on the national network and government's clarification on the status of ‘Libertis’ company, set up after the split of the Post and Telecommunications Office.
Le Congrès Syndical s'inquiète des machinations politiques
Panafrican News Agency (Dakar), 18 March 2001. The Union Congress of Gabon (CSG) is looking into machinations of union politics as observed in the renewal of the members of the Economic and Social Council (CES). According to the Constitutional court it contradicts the labor code and conventions of the Organization International of Labor (OIT) (in French).
Gabonese University Lecturers Firm About Strike
Panafrican News Agency, 23 April 2001. Lecturers at the Omar Bongo University (UOB) in Gabon, who have been on strike since 9 April, have reaffirmed their resolve not to relent until their demands were attended to. We are just demanding better working conditions. The government must comply with the agreement it signed with us.