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Title   Annual Survey of Violations of Trade Union Rights 1999
Author International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
Edition PDF
Published Brussels: ICTFU
Year 1999-06-08
Pages 4
Abstract Respect for trade union rights and civil liberties deteriorated. National strikes were banned for six months in November. The ZCTU deputy general secretary was beaten unconscious by three men at the beginning of 1999, one of whom was believed to be a police officer.

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