Force ouvrière (CGT-FO)
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- CGT-FO holds congress
- EIROnline, March 2000. The General
Confederation of Labour-Force ouvrière (Confédération
générale du travail—Force ouvrière, CGT-FO) held its
19th congress in Marseilles from 7–10 March 2000. In
contrast to the 18th CGT-FO congress in 1996, which was one
of the most turbulent in the union's history, the 19th
congress was marked by apparent unanimity.
- Interview with Force Ouvrière's Marc
Blondel: portrait of a French trade union bureaucrat
- By David Walsh, World Socialist Web Site, 8
March 2003. On February 18, reporters from the World
Socialist Web Site spoke to Marc Blondel, general secretary
of the CGT-FO (Confédération générale du travail/Force
Ouvrière—General Labor Federation/Workers Power),
generally known simply as FO, the third largest trade union
federation in France.