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- Fax Storm, 28 March 2000
- The International Transport Workers' Federation, 22
March 2000. Protest Against Government Repression of Trade
Unions in Malta. In November 1999 the government placed
serious criminal charges against a number of strikers and 17
top leaders of the GWU.
- Speakers at the General Conference
- The Times of Malta, Wednesday 8 October
2003. Speakers at GWU's 60th anniversary. Individualism
or solidarity—Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami; Call
for regeneration—Opposition leader Alfred Sant;
”New vision—Salvu Sammut, GWU president. Various
section secretaries and other delegates spoke of different
problems plaguing the country.
- Another drop in union members
- di-ve news, 7 January 2004. Trade unions have reported
another decline in membership for the second consecutive
year. Union density has also declined slightly. The
employers' associations also reported a decline in
membership over the previous year.
- Tony Zarb vs Manwel Micallef: two visions of
the union in conflict
- By Noel Grima, The Malta Independent, Monday
3 October 2005. There are many candidates standing for the
various posts within the General Workers Union but in the
end, the real contest will be that between incumbent Tony
Zarb and Manwel Micallef for the all-important post of