The working-class history of the Republic of Bulgaria

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Bulgarian unions to march
International Metalworkers' Federation, IMF News, 13 March 2000. Annual procession will take place against a backdrop of hard times in the country. Not just the metal unions but the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions will be organising the event this year. The procession, to protest the difficult economic situation facing all workers in the country.
Bulgarian Trade Union Launches Nation-Wide Protests
Novinte, Tuesday 23 September 2003. Bulgaria's Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) launched Tuesday a nation-wide protest against government's economic and social policies. The state still hasn't paid workers wages totaling some BGN 120 M.
Bulgaria Pushed to Clean Up Women's Workplace
By Juliette Terzieff, Womens ENews, 5 May 2006. Working conditions in Bulgaria catapulted to front page news in January when two sisters collapsed and died within 11 days of each other at an Italian-owned shoe-making factory, Euroshoes. Bulgarian officials lost little time in publicly denouncing conditions at the factory.