Liyannaj Kont Pwofitasyon

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Liyannaj Kont Pwofitasyon, or LKP, is an umbrella group of approximately trade unions and social movements in Guadeloupe, which spearheaded the general strike beginning in January 2009.[1]

Name[edit]

The name of the umbrella group comes from the local Antillean Creole language.[1] The Liyannaj Kont Pwofitasyon (LKP) is translated to "Stand up against exploitation" in English or the "Collectif contre l'exploitation outrancière" in French.[2]

Constituents of LKP[edit]

  • ADIM
  • AFOC
  • AGPIHM
  • AKIYO
  • AN BOUT AY
  • ANG
  • ANKA
  • ASSE
  • ANBT
  • Association Liberté Egalité Justice
  • CFTC
  • CGTG
  • CNL
  • Combat Ouvrier
  • Comité de l'Eau
  • Convention pour une Guadeloupe Nouvelle
  • COPAGUA
  • CSFG
  • CTU
  • Espérance Environnement
  • FAEN SNCL
  • Force Ouvrière
  • FSU
  • GIE SBT
  • KAMODJAKA
  • KAP GWADLOUP
  • Les Verts
  • MADICE
  • Mas Ka Klé
  • Mouvman NONM
  • PCG
  • SGEP/SNEC
  • SOS B/Terre ENVIRONNEMENT
  • SPEG
  • SUD PTT GWA
  • SUNICAG
  • SYMPA CFDT
  • Travayè é Péyizan
  • UDCLCV
  • UIR CFTDT
  • UNSA
  • UGTG
  • UPG
  • UPLG
  • UMPG
  • Voukoum
  • SNUIPP
  • ADEIC[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Shirbon, Estelle (2009-02-13). "Paris fails to end island protests, seen spreading". Reuters. Retrieved 2009-02-14. 
  2. ^ Bremmer, Charles (2009-02-10). "Sarkozy in Iraq as his woes pile up in France". The Times. Retrieved 2009-02-15. [dead link]
  3. ^ http://www.lkp-gwa.org/