The working-class history of the Republic of Belarus

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Speech of the Aleksandr Jaroshuk, head of the Belorussian Agro-Industrial Trade Union
Labour Russia on the Net, News, 17 July 2000. 1995 was after a dramatic re-assessment of values and collapse of the Communist Party and Komsomol; the five years that folowed between the Second and Third Congresses of our Union touched upon, although failed to ruin, the most massive workers' organization—trade unions.
Belarus Union Action Gains Global Union Support
ICEM Update, No. 8/2001, 14 February 2001. Trade unions in Belarus are holding a National Day of Action today to demand a living wage and an end to restrictions on trade union rights. An unprecedented decline of the standards of living in Belarus. The Belarus unions stand as the only force that defends the right of the workers and their families to a decent life.
Towards the end of independent trade unionism in Belarus?
ICFTU online, 138/190702/HC-JL, 19 July 2002. After many months of efforts to liquidate the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus (FTUB), its leadership decided to surrender to intense pressure from the Government by electing Leonid Kozik as president of the FTUB.
WFTU delegation visits Belarus
WFTU Press Release, No. 18, 26 May 2003. At the invitation of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus (FTUB), a WFTU delegation paid a visit to Belarus from 19 to 23 May 2003. Directions of development of cooperation between the FTUB and the WFTU.