All-Workers Militant Front

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The All-Workers Militant Front (Greek: Πανεργατικό Αγωνιστικό Μέτωπο, ΠΑΜΕ, Panergatiko Agonistiko Metopo, PAME) is a coordination centre within the Greek trade union movement, founded on the initiative of Communist Party of Greece trade-unionists in April 1999. Among its members are unionists coming from different political backgrounds. Founding members were also cadres of DIKKI and others. PAME is critical of the official positions and leadership of the General Confederation of Greek Workers. According to its website, the trade unions that are affiliated in PAME have 415,000 members in total as of 2005. As of June 2012, according to the Communist Party of Greece, PAME affiliated unions have 850,000 members.[1] On November 2016 PAME held its 4th National Congress with 1200 national delegates representing 13 National Federations 14 Labour Centres 451 trade unions 52 Workers' Committees.[2] PAME is internationally affiliated with the World Federation of Trade Unions since 2000.[3]


  1. ^ "We should note here that PAME, as the class-oriented pole in the labour and trade union movement rallies 8 sectoral federations, 13 labour centres, hundreds of first-level and sectoral unions, with 850,000 members." -[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ PAME (19 November 2016) Introduction of the Executive Secretariat in the 4th National Congress of PAME Archived 2018-05-30 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ PAME (6 May 2010). "What is PAME". Archived from the original on 13 March 2018. Retrieved 13 March 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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