The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC)

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The Struggle Moves to Another Level
By Bert Wilkinson, IPS, 20 May 1999. Members of the 24 unions which fall under the umbrella Guyana Trades Union Congress have joined the thousands of civil servants who have been on strike for the last three weeks to press demands for a 40 percent pay increase and to protest Tuesday's police shooting of 17 persons.
Progress made in sealing union movement divide
Stabroek News, 25 April 2000. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) and two of its affiliates are in sight of unity once again and there is a strong likelihood of a united May Day rally this year at the National Park.
GAWU, NAACIE welcome DePeana's mend initiative
Stabroek News, 16 June 2002. The two unions that broke away from the Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) will meet next week to finalise the list of issues they want addressed at the conciliatory caucus next month.