lunes, marzo 28, 2005
One of them is Alcansa, an aluminum plant in Bolivar state. Read this new interview by journalist Marta Harnecker with Trino Silva, Secretary General of the aluminum workers' union, and Gustavo Márquez, one of the newly elected worker-managers.
The other, of course, is the paper mill Venepal, which was nationalized in January after a months-long campaign by the workers to prevent the factory's closure by taking it over. The workers succeeded, and Venepal has now been relaunched as Invepal under worker/state co-management.